Video: Tom has your weekend weather forecast. 9.6.19

Video: Tom has your weekend weather forecast. 9.6.19

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FULL WEATHER:
 
 
 
 
(áááWALLááá)
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HIGH PRESSURE
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HIGH PRESSURE CONTINUES TO SLIDE OFF TO
THE NORTH OF THE CANADIAN
MARITIMES AS OUR NEXT
SHORTWAVE
APPROACHES THE REGION FROM
THE WEST TONIGHT. STILL ONLY LOOKING
AT A CHANCE FOR SHOWERS
ACROSS FAR WESTERN ST
LAWRENCE COUNTY AS
UPPER LEVEL TROUGH PIVOTS
NORTHWARD AS IT CONSOLIDATES WITH
HURRICANE DORIAN OVER THE
NORTHERN ATLANTIC WATERS. WITH
INCREASING CLOUDS ACROSS
THE AREA TONIGHT, LOW
TEMPERATURES WILL
BE NEAR NORMAL (AS OPPOSED
TO THE LAST FEW NIGHTS) IN THE UPPER
40S TO LOW 50S. CLOUDS WILL LINGER THROUGH
THE DAY TOMORROW AS A SECOND
AND MORE
POTENT SHORTWAVE MOVES
INTO THE REGION. A WEAK
SURFACE REFLECTION ASSOCIATED WITH THIS
SYSTEM WILL TRACK NORTH OF
THE REGION ACROSS
SOUTHERN QUEBEC. STILL
LOOKING AT WIDESPREAD
SCATTERED SHOWERS, SO CONTINUING THE IDEA THAT
THE DAY WILL NOT BE A TOTAL
WASHOUT. QPF
AMOUNTS WILL BE BETWEEN
0.10- 0.25″. WITH
LINGERING UPPER LEVEL TROUGH OVERHEAD, CLOUDS
WILL REMAIN THROUGH
SATURDAY NIGHT WITH
CHANCES FOR SHOWERS ACROSS
FAR NEK AND HIGH PEAKS OF
GREEN MOUNTAINS (DARE I SAY FALL-
LIKE). 925MB TEMPERATURES
A COUPLE DEGREES COOLER
THAN TODAY, SUPPORTING
HIGH TEMPERATURES IN THE
MID TO UPPER 60S. LOWS SATURDAY NIGHT WILL
DIP BACK DOWN INTO THE MID T
UPPER
FULL WEATHER:
 
 
  (áááWALLááá)
—————————–
 
 
 
 
HIGH PRESSURE CONTINUES TO
SLIDE OFF TO THE NORTH OF THE CANADIAN
MARITIMES AS OUR NEXT
SHORTWAVE
APPROACHES THE REGION FROM
THE WEST TONIGHT. STILL
ONLY LOOKING AT A CHANCE FOR SHOWERS
ACROSS FAR WESTERN ST
LAWRENCE COUNTY AS
UPPER LEVEL TROUGH PIVOTS
NORTHWARD AS IT
CONSOLIDATES WITH HURRICANE DORIAN OVER THE
NORTHERN ATLANTIC
WATERS. WITH
INCREASING CLOUDS ACROSS
THE AREA TONIGHT, LOW
TEMPERATURES WILL BE NEAR NORMAL (AS OPPOSED
TO THE LAST FEW NIGHTS) IN
THE UPPER
40S TO LOW 50S. CLOUDS WILL LINGER THROUGH
THE DAY TOMORROW AS A SECOND
AND MORE
POTENT SHORTWAVE MOVES
INTO THE REGION. A WEAK
SURFACE REFLECTION ASSOCIATED WITH THIS
SYSTEM WILL TRACK NORTH OF
THE REGION ACROSS
SOUTHERN QUEBEC. STILL
LOOKING AT WIDESPREAD
SCATTERED SHOWERS, SO CONTINUING THE IDEA THAT
THE DAY WILL NOT BE A TOTAL
WASHOUT. QPF
AMOUNTS WILL BE BETWEEN
0.10- 0.25″. WITH
LINGERING UPPER LEVEL TROUGH OVERHEAD, CLOUDS
WILL REMAIN THROUGH
SATURDAY NIGHT WITH
CHANCES FOR SHOWERS ACROSS
FAR NEK AND HIGH PEAKS OF
GREEN MOUNTAINS (DARE I SAY FALL- LIKE). 925MB TEMPERATURES A
COUPLE DEGREES COOLER
THAN TODAY, SUPPORTING
HIGH TEMPERATURES IN THE
MID TO UPPER 60S. LOWS SATURDAY NIGHT WILL
DIP BACK DOWN IN

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