Sunday, November 26, 2006


The weather has been very benign since the early snowstorm a few weeks ago. There has been an extended period of unseasonably mild conditions for the past several days, but that is about to come to an abrupt end. A series of storm systems are going to move across the region beginning tonight. Each of these is expected to bring widespread rain showers, with some rumbles of thunder possible as well. The first batch of rain will move though tonight, followed by another later tomorrow and tomorrow night. A cold front will then move through the region later on Tuesday. Some thunderstorms may precede the front, and much colder temperatures and gusty winds will take up residence behind it. By Thursday, high temperatures will likely only be in the 20s. It will be cold enough to snow on Wednesday, but no accumulation is currently expected. Below normal temperatures are expected to persist for several days, meaning it is more than likely time to say a final goodbye to fall.


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