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By: NEwxguy , 1:26 PM GMT on June 03, 2014
Some years we jumped right into a summer pattern,the jet stream heads north, high pressures situates itself off the coast and we get into some early hot weather.Not this year.
The low over the Hudson bay area is still sitting there,where its been for months.What this does is send pockets of energy down from Canada,repeated cold fronts and with blocking set up out in the NW Atlantic,things don 't move through quickly. We got a nice break this weekend and part of today,but all that comes to an end as a cold front moves through tonight and tomorrow.We;ll have some heavy showers,which should be done by tomorrow afternoon,but then a low pressure will head out along the south coast of new england and Thursday looks to be a very rainy and cool day.Should improve by the weekend.Don't see any break in this pattern until we can get rid of that Hudson bay low.
Some rain early this morning,and then dry rest of day except for a spot shower this afternoon inland.But it looks like a possible heavy rain event for tomorrow,as a strenghtening low pressure moves along the south coast,but weekend looks great
A lot of rain moving through our area,but its moving right along,so it will be letting up this afternoon,with just some left over light showers and drizzle through the evening.
Everything in line for a beautiful weekend.
It hasn't been an enjoyable spring so far,only a handful of days that were comfortable and dry.
Its been a very unsettled spring,but not a lot of rain in my area. In fact a little below normal for precip.
This weekend will be what I call perfect weather,with mostly sunny skies,low dewpoints, and temps warm,but not hot.Low to mid 80's on Saturday,low 80's on Sunday.My kind of weather.
And we should stop and remember all the soldiers that lost their lives on an incredible invasion at Normandy over 600 american soldiers lost their lives in that one battle.It sends chills down your back when you hear some of the recounting of what went on as they landed.
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