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Torch Tiger

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    KBED
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    North Billerica :D
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  1. I hope we '95 or '98, even if it misses here. Really want to see some derecho action
  2. Yeah, most here have very low expectations. If given a choice of rolling dice with the usual slight-risk setup which usually busts badly, or a guaranteed regular garden variety storm, I'd take the reg and run
  3. Won't be long until we're tracking slight risks! Maybe even a few moderate!
  4. we've had a few torch days? Dating back to February when Spring sprung
  5. Monday through Saturday *No anomalous or impactful weather is expected in the extended forecast for southern New England next week.* The week begins with the region largely dominated by high pressure building in from the west. This should support a sunny/dry start to the week with highs in the upper 50s/low 60s and lows in the upper 30s/low 40s. The only active period of weather this week will be on Wednesday when a modest short-wave disturbance aloft traverses over the region. Southerly flow ahead of this feature will increase the moisture over southern New England allowing for widespread stratiform precipitation during the day Wednesday. With neither forcing nor moisture forecast to reach impressive levels, the total rainfall accumulation with this system is expected to be modest with amounts likely between 0.1 and 0.25 inches. **As the associated surface cold front pushes through the region behind this system Wednesday night, we`ll be left with a dry but cooler air mass on Thursday which should feature temperatures only slightly below normal.** High pressure then builds over The Northeast to end the week with more dry, quiet, and seasonable conditions.
  6. Generally I agree, 50's but most likely a few 60's days for some, too.
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