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By: NEwxguy , 2:03 PM GMT on January 14, 2014
So our well above normal temps continue.Rain today and temps well up into the 40's,even 50's for cape cod.
Not real cold air coming in behind this system,but it will be a little cooler as the week goes on.A series of clippers into the weekend,but nothing to get revved up about.Possible some snow on Saturday,depending on temps and track of the clipper.
Another perfect January day,with temps around 50.Then a cooling period starts and by next week we will be back in the artic air,as the west warms up.No big storms insight right now,just a few small disturbances and most of those staying far enough off shore to only have minor impacts.But with an east coast trough setting up,we have to watch each system that comes through the pattern.
Going to be an unsettled weather pattern,with small clipper systems moving through,but with little moisture,it they do deepen,its off shore before it can have any big impact,but do expect periods of light precip right through the weekend from time to time.
So other than a few weak waves moving through,not much storminess in our future. The one big storm that was being watched for next Tues and Wed. looks to stay way south now as artic air pushes down from Canada and keeps the storm track well south.Will be getting very cold mid-late next week.Very low windchills a couple of days.
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