The first Long Range Forecast of the week has a sharp focus on Sandy and whether that storm will have an impact in New England. Some computer models have the storm as a major threat to the Atlantic Seaboard. Fred Campagna updates Right Weather Pro subscribers on which way his forecast is leaning, and what to expect for late-October and early-November.
Additional forecast notes
- There is still likely to be some chilly weather in the wake of the trough that may capture Sandy. We’re likely to see a cold shot for the start of November.
- It was noted in the video, but I want to emphasize that the lack of tropical interaction between the trough and Sandy does not mean that we’ll be spared any rain. In fact, a drenching rain is possible if a separate storm is spawned on the slow-moving, negatively tilted trough that will be coming Mon-Wed of next week.