If you are looking for some sunshine ... you are not alone! What a long stretch of cloudy, cloudy, dark days we have had. The last decent sunshine I think we saw was over a week ago. And Tue will feature much of the same, HOWEVER there is light at the end of the cloudy tunnel.
Sunshine should break out a least a little Wed, Thu and Fri.
Lots of interest for Christmas week as many have lots of last minute things to do, families to visit, services and programs to attend. All looks good through this Friday. After than Sat-Sat night, Wed-Thu, and the 27-29 are periods that look the stormiest. Cold will also be returning with a vengeance starting right around Christmas and then for the foreseeable future.
Now for this week:
High: Low: Weather Details
Monday: 43 36 Milder with mostly cloudy skies.
Tuesday 44 39 Cloudy. Rain showers arriving.
Wednesday 46 33 Partial sunshine. Breezy and mild but growing colder.
Thursday 36 28 Mix of sun and clouds. Chilly with a gusty wind.
Friday 37 29 Still breezy at times. Sun and clouds. Chilly still.
Saturday 36 33 Clouds thickening up. Light to moderate snow arriving
Sunday 38 30 Any light snow ending. Clearing in the afternoon.
1. Mildish to start the week. Storm moves through on Tue bringing rain showers.
2. Storm deepens east/northeast of Maine giving us gusty winds into Thursday.
3. Quiet Wed – Fri with at least partial sunshine every day which is awesome news.
4. New storm approaches from the SW on Sat/Sun. Without true arctic air in place, precipitation will be potentially tricky as temps will be borderline in the 30s giving us a wet snow. This could be an inconvenient snow or our biggest snow of the season. More info during the week.
5. Christmas week looks chilly to start, possible storm Wed (not sure if rain or snow at this time but could be a big storm) and behind that much, much colder.
6. A White Christmas? Next weeks Storm (around Christmas/Christmas Eve) will determine it.
Pastor Terry. He received his bachelors degree in Meteorology from the State University of New York at Oneonta, in 1994. The education continued as a hobby by reading the blogs of some of the best forecasters in the business. Although forceasting the weather is an imperfect science, it is a pleasure to follow what the Creator has made.