Boston, Massachusetts 2020-10-06 04:56:38 –
Clouds were easily thrown away yesterday, ending the day. Today the task is a bit difficult.
Clouds are stuck under what is called an inversion, making it much more difficult for the weak October sun to chew the clouds. In addition, the chances of sprinkling through this afternoon are small. We are booking more turbulent weather on Wednesday.
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A strong cold front will pass through New England on Wednesday. The wind whips in front of this front as the strong jet stream steers from above.
Gusts can exceed 45 mph. This is especially true if the squall line moves from mid to late afternoon. Temporary torrential rains can be accompanied by storms (squalls) and hail pockets. An isolated power outage is also possible.
The wind weakens, but the temperature collapses at the end of the week. Highs will have a hard time making 60 by Friday. But with a simple wind change on Saturday, the highs soared in the ’70s, so we’re almost back to summer.
There is still little rain in the next 7-10 days due to drought. Next week we’re looking at the wreckage of the Hurricane Delta. We make no promises about beneficial rain. I played bait-and-switch many times this year.