Long Range Forecast, Oct 24-27

October 2012
24th-27th. Fair at first, then turning unsettled.

October 24: A changeable day. While the temperature is decent, the sky has been overcast since the AM. Starting to keep an eye on the development of Hurricane Sandy down in the Caribbean. Potential concern next Monday or Tuesday?

October 25: Bitter cold morning. Can see breath even at end of long walk, when you’d think I’d be less warm.

October 26: Not as cold this morning, still a bit breath-y. Models for Hurricane Sandy’s landfall have taken a dramatic turn to the southern-Mid-Atlantic states. This always happens as soon as I start hurricane-preparedness shopping!

October 27: A thick mist sits over the bay this morning, nearly obscuring the far shore. It’s chill but not cold, not even crisp. Hurricane Sandy has pushed to the south yet again, to the Delaware and New Jersey shores, but the tropical-storm-force winds are still going to get us on Monday. We checked the storm drains nearest our house — they’re clear.


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