Archive for December 11, 2010

THE WEATHER PATTERN BECOMES VERY ACTIVE… TEMPERATURES WARM UP BUT THAT WILL BE TEMPORARY… RAIN CHANCES GO UP SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND SUNDAY SHOULD BE MILD WITH PERIODS OF RAIN… THEN, THE ARCTIC BLAST ARRIVES ON MONDAY

The weather will be quite changeable over the next few days. A weak low pressure area┬ámoving northward along the coast should bring us some rain Saturday afternoon and evening. Then, another more formidble frontal system will bring us a round of rain/showers on Sunday. Temperatures should be quite mild on Sunday ahead of the next system. This system will be followed by a major blast of cold weather that will put us in the deep freeze from Monday through Wednesday. Temperatures will struggle to get above freezing and nightime temperatures will be very cold. What about the chances of wintry precipitation? Except for a flurry at the end of the precipitation on Sunday, no snow or ice is expected with the system this weekend. However, forecasters are watching a system for later in the week. I’ll have an update on Sunday.

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