Monday, June 10, 2013

Another wet week ahead for Montreal - New England

One final spectacular sunrise picture taken last Thursday from Hampton Beach, the calm before Andrea. This week will be wet in Montreal and across New England including Hampton Beach where a flood watch is posted once again. 
(ValleyWX Photo)
Well it is back to reality this morning after a week on the shores of the Atlantic. All in all I would say I had a decent weather week considering how unpredictable and variable this spring has been. The week started with record heat and ended with a deluge from Tropical Storm Andrea. This week will feature back to work weather, depressing! Low pressure over the Great Lakes will very slowly move across New England through the middle portion of the week. Today will see increasing clouds with muggy weather and highs near 26C. Rain will develop tonight from southwest to northeast across the entire region and become heavy at times. The rain will continue into Tuesday with as much as 25-50mm (1-2 inches) forecast. Temperatures will be very cool on Tuesday with a brisk northeast wind only 15C. The balance of the week looks unsettled with showers and maybe a thunderstorm, it will be seasonable with high in the low 20's. The weekend at this time looks much better, sunshine and highs around 25C.

No comments: