Feeling More Like Fall

After a week of warmth, cooler weather has settled into the area. A large high pressure system in Canada will bring in below average to seasonal temperatures this week. We are also watching a possible Nor Easter for mid-week that would give us a rainy and windy Wednesday and Thursday. This storm will obviously not bring snow to the area, but it is a preview of what could be a major snowstorm in January or February.

Trick or treat forecast: It is going to be a fairly chilly Halloween this year with temperatures dipping into the 40s by the evening. Wear layers or a coat when you’re trick or treating and collect as much candy as possible!

Monday: Sunny and chilly High 47 Low 34

Tuesday: A repeat of Monday Hi 48 Low 33

Wednesday: Sun to clouds. Nor Easter at night? Hi 51 Low 35

Thursday: Nor Easter? Hi 50 Low 42 (Note, high temperature is subject to change dramatically depending how far the Nor Easter is off the coast)

And we will conclude today with the Fall Foliage update: As you can see, our area is at its peak color for the fall. By the end of this week however, we should be past peak color:


Fall Foliage 10/30






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