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By: NEwxguy , 1:02 PM GMT on May 13, 2013
Still a fire danger this morning,but winds should lessen this afternoon,so the danger won't be as high.
Looks to be a nice weekend,seasonable and continued dry.Then next week,humid unsettled weather moves in,not raining all the time,but threat of showers and thunder each day.weather pattern,becomes blocked again,hopefully improving by the holiday weekend.
Its warm,but very windy and its dry,so a very high fire danger out there,so hopefully people will be careful with cigarettes and small fires.
Cold front will cool things down and should be normal temps for the weekend.
Cold morning,35 degrees,but from here temps will be warming,but the warming trend will be started by a round of showers this afternoon,sometime after 3 pm.Some places may get a downpour with some thunder,but other areas will only see a brief shower.Eventhough a cold front will pass through tonight,it will be warmer tomorrow,with temps around 80 if your away from the influence of the ocean.Tomorrow night another cold front moves through and we get cooler air with flow off the ocean through the weekend.
In training,so didn't get by to my blog today,ready to leave for the day.
Been a mostly cloudy day for us,and cool,staying in the 50's for the most part.Some wet weather late tomorrow,and then warmer temps.Avoided any frost this morning when clouds moved in.
Its mid May,and we have frost advisories for areas away from the coast.Not unusual for this time of year in our area.I don't do any planting until around Memorial day weekend,you just never know.I have neighbors lose their tomatoe plants when they planted this early.Should start to warmup again by Wednesday,but no real hot weather in sight.I've only hit 80 twice this spring so far.Had some rain Friday and saturday,but not much,certainly doesn't help the deficit in my area.SE Mass got a couple of inches Saturday morning.
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