Windy and cool today with some possible snow showers! Dry and cool tomorrow! Mild and dry on New Year’s Day!

We have partly cloudy skies early on this Friday morning and early morning temperatures are a bit above normal ranging from the mid 30s in the Clifton area to the upper 20s further inland, winds are from the west averaging around  10 mph.   Some areas do have some black ice due to yesterday’s rain so be careful heading out early this morning.

A strong low pressure system that gave us the rain here yesterday and the heavy snow in parts of inland New England has moved into Quebec, a strong westerly flow of seasonably cold air will be with us, some gusts may reach 35 mph, also there is a chance of some snow squalls especially further inland where a quick coating may occur.

High pressure will be in control of our weather tomorrow and on New Year’s Day and now looks like it will remain dry throughout this period, temperatures will be near normal on Saturday and above normal on New Year’s Day.

A complex low pressure system is expected to give our area rain Monday into Tuesday that may begin as snow Monday morning, tempertures will be on the mild side.

Still mild on Wednesday with a possible lingering shower followed by dry and colder weather for the end of next week.

The storm that I mentioned yesterday for next weekend may be too far out to sea to give us any significant snow but this system still bears watching.



TODAY – Cloudy and windy with a chance of snow showers, high in the low 40s, wind gusts 30-35 mph possible.

TONIGHT – Partly cloudy, low in the upper 20s.

SATURDAY – Partly sunny, high in the low 40s.

NEW YEAR’S DAY – Mostly sunny, high in the upper 40s, chance of snow or rain after midnight.

MONDAY – Cloudy with a chance of rain, high in the low 40s.

TUESDAY – Cloudy with rain likely mainly in the morning, high in the low 50s.

WEDNESDAY – Partly sunny, high in the mid 50s.

THURSDAY – Mostly sunny and colder, high in the upper 30s.


MARINE FORECAST:  Gale warning is in effect till 4 a.m. on Saturday for westerly winds gusting to 35 knots, seas 4-6 feet.

OUTLOOK – Small craft advisory expected Saturday through Sunday afternoon; sub advisory level conditions Sunday afternoon through the day on Monday; advisories expected Monday night through Wednesday.


Have a nice day!

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