Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Tuesday Forecast

Discussion: Currently, an upper level trough extends from Ontario Canada to Texas while propagating eastward. The trough decreases in intensity as surface low located east of the trough moves northeastward along with the upper level trough. The ridge behind the trough also intensifies as downward motion from the high pressure system brings clear sky to the northeastern region over the next few days. On the surface, two cold fronts are associated with low pressure system bringing precipitation extending from Maine to Louisiana. As the low system moves northeastward, the cold fronts moves across New England bringing cold weathers and precipitation over the next few days.

TuesdayTuesday Night
High: 60F
Wind: 7mph S
Drizzle Rain
Low: 48F
Wind: 10mph SW

WednesdayWednesday Night ThursdayThursday Night
High: 53F
Wind: 12mph NE
Drizzled Rain
Low: 30F
Wind: 10mph NE
High: 42F
Wind: 10mph NE
Partly Cloudy
Low: 32 F
Wind: 8mph ENE

Forecaster: Zeyuan Chen

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