Archive for April 12, 2009

EASTER SUNDAY IS A CHILLY ONE BUT SUNSHINE WILL BE ABUNDANT… UNSETTLED WEATHER MOVES IN MONDAY NIGHT AND MAY LAST THROUGH WEDNESDAY

On this Easter Sunday morning, the weathermap features a large high pressure system north of the Great Lakes region with a deep low pressure system over the Canadian Maritimes. Meanwhile, low pressure is slowly organizing in Texas. The northerly wind will keep us on the cool side through Monday but as the headline states, sunshine will be plentiful on Sunday with clouds increasing later on Monday. There may even be some scattered frost in inland spots Monday morning. A period of unsettled weather will begin Monday night and will probably last through Wednesday morning at least. The amount of rainfall that we receive is very hard to predict as the set-up is expected to be quite complicated. I will have an update on this on Monday morning. What about warm weather? The pattern has been a chilly one overall with the warm-ups being brief in nature. I really don’t see a change in this overall pattern based on what I’m reading on the internet.

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