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  • Daily Forcast prepared for WATD Radio - 22 Dec 2014

    Daily PM Forecast

    Date: 12/22/2014

    Time: 01:02 PM

    By: Rob Gilman
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    High pressure is sliding offshore, as a warm front begins to push northward toward the region. The continued northeasterly fetch of air off the ocean will encourage widely placed showers along the coast. By this evening, more widespread showers or drizzle will develop, with some icing across the far interior. A storm will emerge from the Gulf of Mexico and head into the Great Lakes. This will result in a plume of moisture streaming northward along the coast. Look for periods of rain, some of which will be heavy. Look for widespread totals of 1 to 2 inches of rain, with spot 3 inch amounts Wednesday into Christmas morning with slow improvement thereafter.

    Your Towns Forecast Sunset - 4:15PM
    This PM: Mostly cloudy with a shower or some mist around. The wind will become easterly at 5 to 10mph.
    Tonight: Misty with fog to some rain.
    Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with occasional rain or drizzle.
    Wednesday: Cloudy with periods of rain, falling heavily at times. Becoming breezy and unseasonably balmy.

    The 3-Day Forecast
    Today Tuesday Wednesday
    44 ° F 49 ° F 57 ° F
            38 ° F       47 ° F


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