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October 19th Update

Warm and dry weekend; Unsettled next week

One of the nicest stretches of weather this year continues through the weekend into early next week. A slow-moving front will bring at least showers, and possibly steady rain in the middle of next week. A second storm may form along the frontal boundary offshore later in the workweek. If that happens, you can expect a second round of rain around Thu-Fri of next week.

The overall trend is for cooler weather to end October, but it will not be enough to knock this month from near the top of the warmest on record rankings in Southeastern New England. The European model continues a warm trend for the next 4-6 weeks in New England. In fact, it has the warmest weather in the country (relative to normal) in the Northeast over the next 32 days. It also has a relatively wet pattern, which is good news if it comes to fruition since part of Southeastern New England slipped into a moderate drought today.

There is a decent chance of 1-2″ of rain in the next 10 days
EPS weeklies continue a warm pattern in the Northeast through November
EPS weeklies have above normal rain in the Northeast and Great Lakes over the next month.

Fred Campagna

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

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