Warming Up Today

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Today will feature warmer weather as Jose drifts farther offshore and high pressure moves in from the west. Highs will rise into the mid 80’s across the coastal plain and foothills, with the immediate coast and northern areas both seeing cooler temps right around 80. Skies will be sunnier than today as Jose’s moisture is replaced by drier air from Canada. No precipitation is expected.

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-Jack

Still Near Jose Today

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Today will feature another day with Jose as that system continues to drift south of our area. Today’s Jose weather will be pretty similar to yesterday’s Jose weather. Temps will be mild, ranging from around 70 at the coast to around 75 in the mountains. NE winds will be breezy, gusting 25-30 mph at times. Skies will feature a mix of sun and clouds with more clouds than sun along the coast and vice versa up in the mountains. Mainly dry weather will prevail today, though a few coastal showers can’t be ruled out.

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-Jack

Sunnier Skies Arrive Today

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After several days dominated by cloudy skies, sunshine will make a return today as Jose continues to weaken and move east. Highs will rise into the 70’s across the region as the warm sunshine is counteracted by slightly cooler air moving in from Canada on breezy N/NE winds. No precipitation is expected as drier air moves into the area.

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-Jack

Still Cool, Still Cloudy, And Still Humid Today

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Today will feature more cool temps, cloudy skies, and high humidity as Jose continues to sit to our south and east. Dry air from Canada will be battling it out with Jose’s tropical moisture, and as a result showers will be scattered, but heavy. Highs will be relatively uniform across the area with thick cloud cover, and temps a few degrees above or below 70 can be expected everywhere. Showers will be most plentiful near the coast, with inland areas likely staying dry for much of the day.

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-Jack

Cool, Humid, And Cloudy Today

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Jose continues to move to our south today, and the thick clouds that continue to overspread our area are attributed to that system. Those clouds won’t be going anywhere too quickly today as Jose drifts slightly closer. Some scattered showers associated with Jose’s outermost rain bands are expected in southern Coastal Maine and southern New Hampshire, but impacts are generally going to be light as the worst of the storm stays well offshore. Clouds and cool northeast winds will keep temps down once again today with highs ranging from the mid 60’s along the coast to the mid 70’s in the north where some breaks of sun are possible.

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-Jack

 

More Fog Today

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Today will feature more fog¬†as moisture from the remnants of Irma continues to sit overhead. Today’s fog might be a tad more durable than yesterday’s fog, and there’s a chance that the coastal plain might not be able to get out of the low clouds and fog today. Temperature patterns will reflect this, with highs only getting into the 60’s along the coast. Warmer temps, in the 70’s, will be found inland and up near Canada.

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-Jack

More Morning Fog And Afternoon Sunshine

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Remember yesterday? Yeah today is going to be basically the exact same. Moisture from the remnants of Irma will continue to support widespread fog this morning across the coastal plain and in the mountain valleys. Fog will slowly burn off later in the morning with sunny skies returning for the afternoon hours. Highs will warm into the mid 70’s north and low 80’s south. Cooler temps are expected along the coast where marine stratus will hang around the longest. We’ll remain mostly dry, with a few showers possible in the mountains as daytime heating in a moist airmass promotes some instability.

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-Jack