Archive for April 2, 2016

A VERY ACTIVE WEATHER PATTERN WILL CONTINUE FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS… STRONG WINDS ARE EXPECTED SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY… VERY CHILLY WEATHER FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR IS EXPECTED BY TUESDAY

Rain is falling as I write this post and it should continue on and off through the first part of today (Saturday). Clearing is expected later on as the frontal system moves offshore. Another front is expected to bring strong winds to the region tonight and Sunday. I would advise securing anything that could become airborne on your property. A Wind Advisory is in effect for tonight and early Sunday. We should be dry for the most part on Sunday with cooler temperatures behind the front. Then, on Monday, we should experience a brief warmup out ahead of another cold front that is expected to really drop temperatures on Tuesday. In many years when we have mild winters, we have these cold air intrusions in early spring. Areas in the Great Lakes and Northeastern States may have accumulating snowfall. In the extended forecast, it appears that we may have more unsettled weather late in the week. That’s it for now. Thanks for reading and have a great weekend!

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