November 15, 2016 Forecast Discussion

Upper Level: 500mb trough slides east through Thursday before eventually becoming cutoff offshore to the east. Ridging builds in from the west while a new trough digs in the central plains. That trough will amplify and tilt negatively as it moves into the northeastern states by the end of the weekend.

Surface: Weak low pressure tracks through eastern New England later today. As it departs, some cooler air will briefly move in for the day on Wednesday. High pressure with a more substantial mild air push will build in for Friday and Saturday. Low pressure tracking towards the great lakes will drag a cold front our direction Sunday. A new surface low will try to develop along the front as it pushes through New England.

Forecast: Rain ends this evening. Clearing and turning cooler over night. Sunny and cool Wednesday with continued sunshine and warming temperatures Thursday through Saturday. Clouds, cool weather and a few showers return Sunday.

Tonight: Rain ends, gradual clearing. Lows 40-45.
zone 1: 40-45, zone 2: 45-49, zone 3: 38-42
zone 4: 37-42, zone 5: near 40, zone 6: near 45

winds: North 10 mph becoming west 5-10 mph

Tomorrow: Becoming mostly sunny, seasonably cool. Highs 55-60.

winds: West-northwest 5-10 mph.

Tomorrow night: Partly cloudy. Lows 40-45.

winds: Northwest 5-8 mph

Thursday: Mostly sunny. Highs 55-60.

winds: Northwest 5-10 mph.

Friday: Sunny. High near 60.

winds: Northwest 2-5 mph.

Saturday: Mostly sunny. High near 60.

Sunday: Mostly cloudy with a few showers. High near 50.

Monday: Partly sunny and windy. Highs near 40.

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