Variety Is The Spice Of New England

Yowza—what a holiday weekend it has been, offering sunshine on all three days as well as a wide variety of temps. In my opinion, it what makes New England such an amazingly awesome place to live…the variety of the climate offering 4 solid seasons. We are in full Fall Mode these days with my social media timelines full of peeps snapping pics of leaves, apples, pumpkins and cobalt blue skies (if you have a pic that you like, send it it to my twitter page http://www.twitter.com/jreineron7 and I’ll put it on TV!), everything that makes Fall amazing.

Of course, these pics are possible only with delightful weather and we have more of that on the way today. The difference will be the warmth as most towns easily reach the low 70s with some cities, towns & apple orchards reaching the mid 70s. Certainly the warmest of the 3 days.  It might be a bit warm for those of you running the Tufts 10k in Boston today, drink those fluids!

We are warm again tomorrow with a mix of sun & clouds and even some humidity around. No–summer isn’t returning, rather, a cameo for a few hours. I say hours because we’ll also have a cool front charging across New England. This front is too weak to produce rain (perhaps a few sprinkles) but it will drag October air back into New England for midweek and beyond. Another cool front slated for late week promises to bring some late fall weather to the northeast–chilly temps!

Again, variety is something special around these parts. Enjoy!

~JR