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  • Daily Forcast prepared for WATD Radio - 02 Sep 2014

    Daily AM Forecast

    Date: 09/02/2014

    Time: 03:01 AM

    By: Matt Sanders
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    New England Weather Story

    Summertime weather continues despite the calendar passing Labor Day. In fact, it will feel hotter and more humid today than during the past few weeks. These conditions come courtesy of high pressure banked up against the east coast and a cold front slowly approaching from the west. These weather features cause the classic warm and muggy southwesterly flow of air into New England. Most showers and thunderstorms should stay west of the region during the day. Widely placed showers and thunderstorms then occur overnight as the cold front passes across the region. Skies clear Wednesday morning as high pressure settles into New England from the Great Lakes. A noticeably less humid airmass arrives with the high but it remains warm so expect a dry heat for Wednesday and Thursday. The high shifts offshore and the airflow again turns to the southwest on Friday so humidity returns. Another cold front arrives by Saturday with showers that can linger into early Sunday.

    Your Towns Forecast Sunset - 07:16 PM
    This AM: Early clouds and some pockets of fog give way to mostly sunny skies.
    This PM: Sunshine mixed with clouds. Warm and humid with a SW wind of 4-9 mph.
    Tonight: Mostly cloudy with spot showers and thunderstorms.
    Wednesday: Early clouds clear to mostly sunny skies and feeling less humid.
    Thursday: Lots of sunshine and warm.

    The 3-Day Forecast
    Today Wednesday Thursday
    Muggy & Hot Less Humid
    86 ° F 85 ° F 85 ° F
            69 ° F       63 ° F


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