After a rainy day, skies are clearing, but it is about to get really, REALLY cold tonight. Welcome to your evening update for Monday, November 12, 2012!
TONIGHT: At 4:40 PM, the rain has mostly exited the area, and skies are clearing rapidly from west to east as well. There are some showers left across the far eastern counties, but I don’t expect those to last much past about 7-8 PM if even that long. Beyond that, get ready for a freezing cold night! Temperatures are already in the upper 30’s as of 4:00 and by tomorrow morning I think we’re looking at a low of 26 degrees.
TOMORROW/WEDNESDAY: It’s definitely going to be a chilly period around here. Highs AT BEST will be in the upper 40’s under sunny skies. Lows tomorrow night will be in the upper 20’s.
THURSDAY-SUNDAY: Looking dry again, and we’ll get on the backside of high pressure. There are two systems that will pass south of us, one Thursday and the other on Sunday. I don’t think those do anything except send a few high clouds our way. Temperatures should be back into the 50-55 range for highs. Unfortunately lows won’t be much warmer, in fact they may stay below 35 all week.
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A REQUEST TO OUR READERS: The Red Cross still needs a lot of help. They deal with a lot of disasters, but Sandy was a once in a lifetime event for the northeast…and the damage is extensive (and last week’s nor’easter probably hasn’t helped). They still need help to get the residents of NY, NJ, PA, MD, DE, and CT back on their feet. I encourage you, please go to redcross.org and make a donation, or text “SANDY” to 90999 and a $10 donation will be added to your phone bill. Also, a post I wrote last Sunday has information about donating to Matthew 25 Ministries if you want to send actual supplies to the coast, or to volunteer to organize supplies. Let’s get the northeast back on their feet.
NEXT UPDATE: Our next update will be tomorrow morning. Until then, take care!