Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Rain Today; Moving Out Late This Afternoon

Showers continue through the morning hours with a gusty northwest wind to 25 mph. With the current (6:30 am) temperature of 50°, the rain and wind will make it feel quite cool outside. Dress appropriately with a jacket and long pants. We'll start to see some clearly later this afternoon with a daytime high of 61°.

Cold overnight with a low of 38° but abundant sunshine and warm Wednesday and Thursday with a high of 68 and 74 respectively!

Just over 1" of rain has fallen since it began late yesterday, giving us 3.65 for the month of April.

*Latest Local Forecast*

Monday's high of 79° broke a 3-day run of highs in the 80's. Today's high will not reach the 70's for the first time in six days.


  • On this date in 1907, the New York baseball Giants had to forfeit a game with the Philadelphia Phillies after Giants fans were pelting the Philly players with snowballs. 

  • On this date in 1934, a wild weather system delivers a 231 mph wind gust at the Mt. Washington, NH observatory. It is the strongest wind ever measured in United States history. Link to Mt. Wash. story

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