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  • Daily Forcast prepared for WATD Radio - 05 Oct 2015

    Daily PM Forecast

    Date: 10/05/2015

    Time: 01:01 PM

    By: Rob Gilman
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    New England Weather Story

    A more seasonable weather pattern is becoming established across New England. While there is a persistent storm system off the South Carolina coastline, this storm is weakening and drifting eastward. High pressure banked across southern Canada is nudging south and eastward, which will finally cut off our damp northeasterly flow. High pressure will provide a few days of sunshine with temperatures actually climbing above normal for Tuesday and Wednesday. A weak cold front will slide through Wednesday night with little fanfare, bringing cooler conditions on Thursday. A potent cold front now in the Plains will bring the threat of showers heading into Friday.

    Your Towns Forecast Sunset - 6:19PM
    This PM: Lots of clouds with glimpses of sun, turning a bit milder. Breeze from the northeast at 5 to 15mph.
    Tonight: Fair sky, becoming seasonably chilly.
    Tuesday: Sunshine with a few clouds. Nice and dry.
    Wednesday: Lots of sunshine, warmer afternoon.

    The 3-Day Forecast
    Today Tuesday Wednesday
    61 ° F 66 ° F 70 ° F
            43 ° F       48 ° F


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