LOOKS LIKE THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS WILL BE NICE DAY FOR THE MONTH TO SAY GOODBYE. A FAIR AMOUNT OF SUN AND MILD TEMPS IN THE 50S. AFTER THAT A STORM HEADS INTO THE OHIO VALLEY, BUT IT WILL BE STOPPED BY A BLOCK TAKING SHAPE OVER GREENLAND. THIS BLOCK WILL FORCE THE STORM TO REFORM OFF THE MID-ATLANTIC COAST BY LATE WEEK. IT WILL BECOME A NOR’EASTER, BUT MAY NOT BE ABLE TO MOVE NORTH UP THE COAST. SO WHO GETS THE HEAVY RAIN…WIND…AND EVEN WET SNOW IS ANYTHING BUT CERTAIN. FOR NOW..THE NEXT COUPLE WILL BE FEBRUARY FINE.
1952- CAPE COD, MA. BLIZZARD – 18” HYANNIS, 21” NANTICKET…WINDS TO 70MPH – 10,000 WITHOUT POWER.
TODAY: MOSTLY SUNNY – LOWER 50S
TNTE: MAINLY CLEAR – LOWER 30S
WED: SOME SUN WITH INCREASING CLOUDS – MID 50S
THURS: CLOUDY- SOME RAIN – MID 50S
FRI: WINDY – SOME RAIN –40
Satellite and radar rather bland now but thunderstorms will begin to erupt today into Wednesday over the South. Storm on west coast could become a nor’easter on east coast by end of week. Below – thunderstorm outlook for today…dark green showing the greatest threat.
Below – animated maps for next 2 days