Our stretch of dry weather is going to end Tuesday as a cold front brings us a round of showers. Behind the front much colder air will arrive for the rest of the work week.

8:20 PM, Nov 12, 2012   |    comments
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Up to now the month of November has been a roller coaster ride as far as temperatures are concerned. The first four days of the month featured above normal temperatures with highs in the 50s each day. Then it turned cold for the next four days with temperatures struggling to get out of the 30s. This was followed by another warming trend that began last Friday and culminated today with temperatures climbing into the 60s at most locations. Now if you're expecting the see saw to swing the other way you are absolutely on the money. Tuesday will be the transition day with a cold front moving through our region bringing periods of rain in the process. The front should be off the Maine coast by late in the day and behind it a surge of much colder air will arrive Tuesday night. High pressure is going to take control of our weather thereafter keeping us dry for the rest of the work week with high temperatures remaining the 40s. At this point I'm not sure when the see saw will swing back to warmer than normal temperatures as it appears the high will be sticking around right through the weekend.

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