Archive for November 10, 2012

HIGH PRESSURE BRINGS HAMPTON ROADS A BEAUTIFUL WEEKEND…. SOUTHERLY BREEZES BRING WARMER WEATHER… RAIN CHANCES INCREASE ON TUESDAY

After all of the very active weather the past few weeks, things have quieted down. There are no nor’easters in the forecast and we don’t have to worry about hurricanes. High pressure will bring us a fantastic autumn weekend and temperatures will be warmer than they’ve been of late. Temperatures have been below normal for the most part since Hurricane Sandy blew through the region. Now we can enjoy some nice weather. For the areas up north that were severely impacted by the hurricane, conditions will be much better for the recovery efforts. An early season snowstorm caused more power outages in parts of the Northeast including the states of NJ and NY. Some people who got their power back were blacked out again by the nor’easter. The storm system tracked further east than was originally predicted sparing NJ and NY of the strongest winds. However, the further offshore track caused snow to fall across the region. Looking ahead, a cold front should bring us a chance of showers on Tuesday, but at this point, it doesn’t look like anything too significant. I’ll have an update on Sunday.

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