Quiet but chilly weather as the area cleans up after Sandy!


I got the cable and internet back last night at around 9PM, thankfully did not lose power like many people in our area did. Looking back I find it amazing how the European model nailed this system more than a week out, it was the worse case scenario for the New Jersey coast and New York City area where record tide levels were reported.. My top wind was estimated at 58MPH and the pressure fell to 28.52″, second lowest in the 40 years I have been keeping records only beat out by the Mar 13, 1993 Super storm..
As we look at the next few days temperatures will average well below normal for early November, not much rain in the forecast but the European model is hinting at a possible coastal storm around November 7th that just may give the suburbs our first chance of some snow…

The forecast: Today – Mostly cloudy with a chance of an afternoon shower, high in the low 50s.
Tonight – Cloudy with a chance of an evening shower, low in the upper 30s.
Friday – Partly cloudy in the morning then mostly cloudy in the afternoon, high in the mid 50s.
Saturday – Partly sunny and chilly, high only around 50.
Sunday – Sunny, high in the low 50s.
Monday – Mostly sunny – high near 50.
Tuesday – Partly sunny – high near 50
Wednesday – Mostly sunny, high in the low 50s.

Marine Forecast: Today – Northwest wind gusting to 20 knots, seas 4 feet.
Outlook – Small craft advisories may be needed from Friday night into Sunday then again near midweek.

Try to have a good day!

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