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  • Daily Forcast prepared for WATD Radio - 31 Jul 2014

    Daily AM Forecast

    Date: 07/31/2014

    Time: 02:01 AM

    By: Mike Reddin
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    Weather Headlines
    A TREND TOWARD UNSETTLED CONDITIONS....

    New England Weather Story

    An upper level storm center over the Great Lakes today will result in some popcorn showers and thundershowers the next couple of days. These showers will be scattered and mainly form during the heating of the afternoon. Most of the shower activity will be over the interior of western New England. As the jet stream digs southward into the Ohio Valley, a freshening southerly flow at all levels of the atmosphere will begin to import more moisture into the region. This will result in more humid with along with more widespread shower activity heading into either Saturday afternoon or evening, likely continuing through early next week.


    Your Towns Forecast Sunset - 8:05PM
    This AM: A blend of sunshine and clouds, mild.
    This PM: Lots of clouds mixed with some sunshine, with an isolated shower around. The wind will become southerly at 5 to 15mph.
    Tonight: Some cloudiness, bit cooler.
    Friday: Any morning sunshine yields to afternoon clouds with a shower around.
    Saturday: Lots of clouds mixed with some sun with a shower around.

    The 3-Day Forecast
    Today Friday Saturday
    Seasonable PM Shower Shower Around
    79 ° F 79 ° F 75 ° F
            64 ° F       64 ° F

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