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By: NEwxguy , 2:51 PM GMT on July 22, 2013
As the saying goes all good things must come to an end.So back physically,but the mind is a little slow to come off vacation mode.The good news is It was a very good vacation,the bad news is,it was only one week.I need to take two weeks in a row to truly relax.
Vacation couldn't have been timed better as the heatwave lasted all week.We had a couple of showers in the evening the first two nights,and that was it.
Lots of beach time,lots of eating,**too much**,lots of sun,but not too much,and Belle did great.No problems.
So the weather pattern changed from excessive heat to a cooler and wetter pattern.This morning lots of heavy showers around and very humid as a warm front is slowly moving north,another chance of showers this afternoon as a cold front approaches.Looks like an unsettled cooler period ahead into next week,so some badly needed rain is forecast.
Nearly all of July has had high dewpoints upper 60's to low 70's,unusual for it to last so long without an occasional canadian cool front to dry us out,but today a cold front moves through the areas dropping dewpoints into the 50's tonight into tomorrow.The fly in the ointment is the front stalls around cape code or just offshore and a small wave will move up along the front tomorrow.The big question will be how far north this rain gets,right now SE Mass and cape cod and the islands definitely will get showery.It will be cool ocean breeze tomorrow keeping eastern sections in low 70's with not much sun.
For us here in eastern new england were in for a cool wet couple of days,clearing out nicely for the weekend.Almost call this a nor'easter,with breezes conditions out of the northeast and some rain possibly heavy at times for eastern portions and SE areas of Mass. and RI.
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