Archive for November 16, 2008

THE WARMTH IS GONE AND SO IS THE RAIN… TEMPERATURES WILL BE ON THE COOL SIDE FOR THE ENTIRE WEEK WITH PRECIPITATION CHANCES REMAINING LOW

After a very wet period for Hampton Roads, we have cooled down dramatically. The frontal system that brought all the wet weather is now offshore. The first in a series of cool air masses has moved in and will be replaced by an even colder air mass on Tuesday. Another front should arrive later in the week. Most of the week should be dry with a mix of sun and clouds. A brief sprinkle or shower cannot be ruled out with the frontal passages and up to our north, a snow flurry is possible. The last few days has been very wet. My backyard picked up 3.75 inches of rain since Thursday. If we can get a few more wet periods like what we saw last week, maybe we can finally erase the deficit for 2008. So, we’re back to typical fall weather here in the Mid-Atlantic region and no really warm weather is in sight.

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