The forecast for a coastal storm early next week reminds me a lot of a relationship I had in college: on again, off again. Two days ago, the computer models were hot ‘n heavy on a storm bringing wind/rain to coastal Southern New England. Yesterday, the models dumped the idea of a storm coming close enough to bring any foul weather to New England. Today, it looks like they’re thinking about hooking up again. It makes one wonder if there is alcohol involved – sort of like my college relationship, but, enough about that…
The Bottom Line
We still believe the weather pattern supports a storm coming close enough for some impact in Eastern New England. It’s worth noting that none of the models have a very intense storm, so, odds are we’re not looking at a major impact storm. Given the time of year, however, it’s possible something could get more wound up than the models are projecting. There is a wealth of warm water off the East Coast.
I’m not dead!