More rain out there this evening and a stiff, cold wind adding insult to injury—our November preview has been legit these past few days. The storm that brought the region between 1-2″ of rain (and western New England snow!) slowly pulls away this evening, taking the chilly, raw air with it. Speaking of rainfall, what a turnaround we have seen this month in terms of rainfall! Check these out these stats for Boston:
More rain in the past 28 days than the entire summer! Great for the drought.
Another storm takes aim on New England for the weekend but nothing like we dealt with this one. That storm comes out of the Great Lake states early tomorrow morning and across New England by afternoon. We’ll have some sun but clouds will win out by afternoon and a few sprinkles are possible from those clouds—especially north of the Pike. What the storm will also do is drag some milder air into the northeast, sending us back into October weather…afternoon temps in the mid & upper 50s. A decent day for the kids soccer games, raking leaves or in search of the Great Pumpkin.
Sunday is similar as the same storm slows/stalls across New England. Sooo…..plan on more clouds than sunshine and a risk of a few late day showers–especially after 4pm. Once again, it’s mild–especially during the morning hours–temps in the low 50s! By afternoon those numbers climb into the upper 50s. A few showers are possible Sunday evening.
This storm is long gone by Halloween and the weather looks….spooktackular. Sunshine with temps in the low 50s, mid & upper 40s for trick-or-treating Monday evening.
Have fun this weekend, be safe!
PS…..this weekend is the 5 year anniversary of Snowtober. Our biggest snowstorm that winter 2011-2012..