BLOG: Another Winning WeekendHigh pressure stationed down near the coast of North Carolina this morning and low pressure developing across the Upper Midwest with a front stretching southward into Texas.
BLOG: Mild AgainOn the weather map we have pretty strong high pressure centered down in the Southeast and a weak feature moving into southern Quebec that is producing some clouds and very little precipitation.
BLOG: Chilly And ClearHigh pressure will continue to dominate the pattern today as it did yesterday. This surface high pressure combined with rising heights aloft will combine to provide a pleasant day for the northeast.
BLOG: Chilly And BrightA pretty decent weather scenario the next 4-5 days with rising temperatures, no rainfall and plenty of sunshine.
BLOG: Perfect SundayThe weekend will end on a pleasant note across the Mid-Atlantic as high pressure moves in and morning clouds gradually erode away. With afternoon sunshine temperatures should push into the low/mid 60s for most locations, and with little in the way of wind it will be quite nice for late October.
BLOG: Perfect Fall WeekendSeems like there has been some moisture in a pretty shallow layer somewhere 4,000-6,000 feet that is being held from mixing out completely by a warmer layer aloft just about this level.
BLOG: Great Fall WeatherNo significant changes from yesterday as model guidance continues to advertise a weak frontal boundary moving through overnight and into tomorrow with little in the way of rainfall.
BLOG: Beautiful DaysThe beautiful weekend will roll on with sunshine today and very warm temperatures once more across the Northeast, but changes are on the horizon.
BLOG: Happy OctoberSurprise! More rain... this shtick is tired, but unfortunately we'll get more mileage out of this theme.