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Long-Range Forecast – May 26

May 2014 is well on the way to being warmer than normal (1.9° above normal through May 26), but there have not been many extremes this month. Aside from a three day stretch from May 10-12 when the temperature averaged more than 10° above normal, all but three days have been within 4° of normal. Last year, 19 of 31 days were at least 5° from normal in either direction. The point is, we are experiencing a fairly typical New England spring, and I’m really going to roll my eyes when we get some warm weather and someone inevitably says “so much for spring, we’re going straight from winter to summer…”.

The weather will turn quite cool in the middle of this week, but should rebound to slightly below normal by Thursday and Friday. A cold front threatens with showers on Friday and/or Saturday. It does not look like a soaker. The source region for most of our weather in the next couple of weeks will be Ontario, Canada, and that means we will not be seeing any huge warm-ups. I don’t expect it to be extremely cool, either, and the temperature should average near normal through the first week of June.

Aside from the cold front threatening with showers late this week, the next shot at rain looks like it will be around Tuesday-Wednesday of next week.

Fred Campagna

President and Chief Meteorologist - Right Weather LLC AMS Certified Consulting Meteorologist #756 AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist #126

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