Behind that front, scattered showers continue but the big headline will be the cold air waiting to invade. We will see plenty of sunshine today with a few clouds mixing in at times. The cold air will begin moving into the area behind the front.
Temperatures will start off in the 70s and top out around 75 later this morning ahead of the front. Moisture will be limited, and for now we don't expect any significant accumulation or impact.
An even stronger push of cold air will follow Wednesday along with a series of weak clipper systems. We could manage a few sprinkle by lunch across eastern MA, but we stand a better shot for wet weather this afternoon.
"The weekend will be very nice with plenty of sun each day".
Thank you for reading the WJCL 22 weather blog! It was not produced by a computer like many forecasts you find on the web, social media and smart phone apps. Minor coastal flooding is possible Tuesday morning. Lots of clouds with storms going by to our east. You can see the anticyclonic circulation towards OR...that's the core of the "ridge" and the cyclonic circulations towards SE and eastern Canada...
Overall, the week will be cold and dry.
Sure enough...look for the reds/whites showing air that is some 25°C or nearly 50°F above average in the NW territories. "It will be cold and rainy each day". Tuesday night, a 30 percent chance of showers, mainly before 7 p.m. "The EURO model was about the same with less than 2/10" through the 19th or so. Snow showers are expected in the higher elevations of the Plateau and Mountains with a light wintry mix possible in the Valley. "That 70 degree (high temperature) is well above our normal for this time of year". We'll know more as the week progresses.
Finally, with the recent supermoon, tides have been running higher than average. The other two will occur on January 1 and January 31, 2018.
Partly cloudy and cool.
Again JUST a model forecast...