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Long-Range Forecast – October 30

Sometimes the monthly summary is not an exact snapshot of what the weather was like for that month. For instance, this October will go in the books with about 65% of the normal precipitation in the Providence area. However, 75% of the days were dry, and more than half the monthly rainfall happened with the strong storm that hit earlier this week. The monthly temperature average will be near normal, but there were some wild swings including a couple of days that were 13° below normal, and three days that were at least 11° warmer than normal.

Heading into November, the over-arching theme is for warmer than normal weather in Southeastern New England for the first half of the month. That’s not to say that there will not be an occasional cool day, but most of the time it will be warmer than normal. It also looks like the mainly dry pattern is going to stay with us for a while. The first week of the month may be completely dry.

It looks slightly more unsettled between Nov 7-11, then it’s probably back to more dry weather through the middle of the month. There is no sign of a sharp cool-down similar to what we saw in mid-October. Enjoy it while it lasts!

Fred Campagna

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

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