Good Wednesday Morning

Tracking a high-impact rain and wind storm late Thursday night into Friday. Meanwhile, dry weather now through the daylight hours of Thursday. (storm details below)

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Very cold early Wednesday morning. Sunshine and dry with lighter winds

Sunny skies cool and dry Wednesday afternoon with highs in the upper 30s to 40°

LATE WEEK STORM: Windswept Rain Thursday Night Into Friday

A large storm system moving across the country will impact our weather Thursday night and Friday. Rain arrives by 6PM on Thursday, turning widespread and heavier by dawn.

The center of the storm is expected to track over the Great Lakes. That puts New England on the “warm side” of the storm system. Temperatures are forecast to soar into the mid to upper 50s Friday afternoon, bringing a wind-driven rain to our area.

The stormy weather quickly clears out on Friday evening and night, and a blast of cold air moves in. An early call on storm impacts:

  • Rain: Up to 1-3″
  • Wind: South-southeast gusts 50-60 mph
  • Minor to Moderate Coastal Flooding Possible at Friday morning’s high tide (around 7AM)
  • Impacts:
    • Slow travel, potential flight delays/cancellations
    • Localized flooding street flooding. Potential coastal flooding at high tide Friday A.M.
    • scattered wind damage and power outages

COASTAL FLOOD WATCH

Late Thursday Night Into Friday Afternoon. High Tide Friday morning at 7:15 am. Minor to moderate coastal flooding possible

CHRISTMAS EVE/CHRISTMAS DAY: Windy Dry And Frigid

Unseasonably chilly and blustery conditions are expected for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. The skies look dry but gusty and frigid. Wind chills on Christmas Eve night and Christmas Morning will be in the single digits.

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