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Quiet, cool, dry for 36 hours, but make indoor plans for the weekend!

The second of two cool fronts has now passed through, and with it, the heat and humidity get swept out to sea. In it’s place, a cool, dry airmass sinks in, which will last about 36 hours. However, a storm now forming over the central Plains will move in Friday, bringing rain in the afternoon. The steady rain from it will wind down early Saturday. However, as that storm moves into eastern Canada Saturday, it will encounter resistance, from two other storms, one to the northeast, in Newfoundland, and another tot he northwest, near the Arctic Circle. These will put the “block” on this storm, so that unfortunately for us, that storm will stall to our north, and spin down clouds, moisture, and thus, unsettled conditions Saturday on through Tuesday of next week. In addition, temps will be correspondingly cool, with the clouds and showers going on and off through then.

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