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Long-Range Forecast – April 11

It looks like the weather will take a favorable turn in the middle of this week. Rain on Tuesday will give way to dry weather by Wednesday. High pressure north of New England will keep it seasonable or slightly cool with a northeast breeze into the weekend. An offshore storm may enhance the northeast breeze at times.

It looks like the dry weather will hold this weekend with a warming trend likely Saturday and Sunday. The dry stretch may end in the middle of next week as a storm brings rain sometime between Tuesday and Thursday. The overall pattern favors seasonable or cool weather continuing into late April. It does not look particularly stormy, but it will likely not be as dry as the stretch from Wednesday into early next week.

The strong El Niño is fading, and some computer models are indicating a flip to a La Niña by the fall. I’m not certain the flip will happen that quickly, but the fading El Niño means that the tropical season is likely to be more active than a quiet 2015 season.


Fred Campagna

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

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