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Not a Washout This Weekend, but some showers are expected.

Discussion: An upper level shortwave trough in the north central US will traverse New England during the day on Sunday and become cutoff just off the coast of Maine. At the surface, a cold front works its way into the … Continue reading

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February is Here – Outlook for First Full Week!

A positive tilted upper shortwave trough over the great lakes is part of a broader one stretching to the east. Zonal upper level flow over the northeastern United States and a surface high continue to dominate the weekend pattern. At … Continue reading

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Coldest Air of the Season to hit Tuesday and Wednesday

Major height falls happen through tonight as a powerful arctic airmass plunges into the region. Through mid afternoon tomorrow we are looking at some significant positive vorticity advection in the upper levels, which is a good diagnostic for upward motion … Continue reading

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