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September 12th Update

Models consensus takes Jose OTS; Mainly dry in SNE

Seasonably warm and dry weather continues in Southern New England for the next few days. It will be close to 80° in the afternoon with low humidity until Thursday when it ramps up a bit. The next best chance of showers is on Friday, and that does not look like much. Irma drenched the Southeastern United States, but the tank will be near empty as what’s left of it moves over the Northeastern United States late in the workweek. The weekend looks mainly dry with brighter skies on Sunday. Highs may again get close to 80° – warm for mid-September.

I am this close to slamming the door on any threat from Hurricane Jose. The storm will very likely drift out to sea, which is the scenario we have favored from the start. Overall, a dry weather pattern persists through mid September, with an inch or less of rain likely in the next 15 days.

Only 30% of the EPS members have more than an inch of rain in Southeastern New England in the next two weeks. If you planted grass, you’ll need to water it.

Looking a bit further down the road, the latest EPS Weeklies show a slightly dry and warm pattern for New England through most of October.

Fred Campagna

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

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