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2h: DYK: You can get involved too thru our Weather Ready Nation initiative?
2h: DYK: We work w/ external partners, providing decision support services thru our operations?
22h: Storm Total Rainfall from Oct. 1-5. Thanks to all the observers.
5h: Wide range in low temps this am. Lows of 32 in Norwood, and 36 in Orange/Springfield/Bedford. Clouds on Cape kept lows in the middle 50s!
10h: Milder weather today & Wed with temps 65 to 70. It will be noticeable given more sunshine & less wind than yesterday
22h: Slow clearing W-E tonight, then sunshine/milder Tue. Many inland spots make a run at 70 Wed!
24h: Check out this satellite loop over the past 7 days from University of Wisconsin:
Oct 5: [210pm] Sunshine well inland, clouds hanging tough closer to the coast. Clearing works slowly E thru this evening.
Oct 5: DYK: Our history as an organization? That we're a pretty cheap cost to you as a service?
Oct 5: DYK: Who we are as an organization? Our mission to protect life & property? Check out these slides.
Oct 5: [1130am] Clouds holding tough near the S Coast, a little more sun inland. Midday temps in 50s-near 60.
Oct 5: Still rough on waters thanks to 25kt NE winds. Ferries report 3 ft seas on Vineyard Sound, 4 ft on Buzzards Bay, & 6 ft on Nantucket Sound.
Oct 5: [930 am] And the answer is (drum roll please)... Rowe, MA with a low temperature of 34 degrees, followed by Worthington, MA at 35 degrees.
Oct 5: Another good guess. Answer coming up soon! RT : KOWD Norwood airport
Oct 5: Anyone want to guess where the cold spot was in SNE this morning (ASOS & Co-Op stations)? Answer coming up at 930 am!
Oct 5: Chilly! Thanks for the report. RT : 36.8° low this morning in Chester, MA.
Oct 5: Hurricane Joaquin will continue to move further and further away from southern New England over the next few days.
Oct 5: Mainly dry but still a bit cool today, then temps moderating nicely through Wed. 70 degrees for many on Wed.
Oct 5: As of midnight, Charleston, SC has received 17.29" of rain since Oct 1.
Oct 4: RT : Hurricane advisory 30 issued.

Updataed: Tue Oct 06, 2015 02:20PM