A Tranquil Forecast Ahead

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By Sam Kantrow on January 1, 2013, 8:21am Last modified: January 2, 2013, 10:16am

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...and by tranquil I mean meteorologically BORINGGGG!  I looked out a good 10 days, and no models are indicating any major storms coming our way.  Things have changed quite a bit over the last day, and our flow is expected to be quite zonal over the next week or so.  So what does that mean for us?  Well it means no stormy weather, pretty average temps..and in this case, lots and lots of high pressure & sunshine!

So today the temps will gradually drop off as a cold front passes through around noon.  This afternoon, we'll get breezy and temps will continue to drop off.  This frontal passage will liekly be dry, so no snow/rain associated with it.  Winds at 850 are expected to get to aound 45 mph translating to gusts around 35 or even a bit more.  That'll make the windchill this afternoon feel like we're below freezing statewide.  Winds diminish tonight into tomorrow morning as the pressure gradients decrease in distance.  Lows tonight with cold air advection will be very cold.  The rest of the week looks dry and zonal, with high pressure nearby!

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