Archive for October 14, 2012

AFTER A CHILLY START, TEMPERATURES SUNDAY AFTERNOON SHOULD RISE INTO THE 70’S… SOUTHERLY WINDS WILL CONTINUE TO BRING WARM AIR ON MONDAY ALONG WITH INCREASING MOISTURE OUT AHEAD OF AN APPROACHING COLD FRONT… SHOWERS AND STORMS ARE POSSIBLE LATE MONDAY INTO MONDAY NIGHT

The weather map this Sunday morning shows a high pressure area offshore of the East Coast. The clockwise flow around this high will cause a southerly flow to develop here today, which will bring up milder air. If you haven’t turned on your home heating unit yet, try to get through the morning and by this afternoon, you should be able to open your windows allowing the warmer air into your home or apartment. Today’s weather map also features a cold front slicing through the center of the nation and a low pressure system that will eventually move into the Great Lakes region. This front is expected to move through our part of the country Monday night. Monday will be a warm day for this time of year out ahead of the front and it may end on the stormy side. Showers and storms should move offshore Tuesday morning. Tuesday and Wednesday look dry for the most part with cooler temperatures. Tropical Storm Rafael is expected to move very close to Bermuda as it tracks northward and then northeastward. It may also┬ástrengthen into a hurricane.

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