Today's NAM valid for 10:00pm tonight shows a low pressure passing to our northwest which may trigger a few rain and snow showers, with temperatures in the mid to upper 30s to around 40.

Public: Chilly & Breezy, but not Cold as the Calendar Turns to 2017

Happy New Year, everyone! The weather today is relatively pleasant with seasonable temperatures but a relatively stiff southerly wind at times. Wind gusts will continue to be around 30mph for most of the day. We have a decently potent shortwave to the north that is pumping up some southerly flow out ahead of it and is also streaming some high clouds into the region, but because of the previously chilly airmass from yesterday, our temperatures are still relatively cool today.

There is not a lot of moisture with this shortwave and it’s also missing us well to the northwest, which means there is not a lot of forcing or lift. However there may be just enough southerly flow to provide a tad bit of moisture later this evening and tonight. This, combined with the distant shortwave may be enough to provide a few scattered snow showers in the interior and some rain showers closer to and on the coast. These are not expected to be heavy at all for the aforementioned reasons and for the most part it should just be dry and mostly cloudy, but the potential for precipitation this evening into the early overnight is enough to be made aware.

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Today's European Ensemble Mean valid for January 6th shows a dual -EPO and -NAO pattern, which is favorable for snow in the East (Tropical Tidbits).

Multiple Wave-Breaking Events Support an early January Snowstorm

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Introducing 33 and Rain: An interactive community

When our staff sat down to discuss the state of our company and the industry this past Autumn, there was one thing we all agreed was missing: There is no place on the internet for meteorologists, hobbyists, and students in the Northeast US to discuss the weather together in a controlled, fun, and interactive environment. We’ve partnered with some great friends, and worked with some wonderful colleagues, to bring you just that.

Today, we are introducing 33 and Rain, an interactive community where professionals, hobbyists, and students can discuss the weather in one place. With discussion forums, blogs, weather resources and more, the community we have developed will be a place for us all to learn, interact, adapt, and communicate.

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Winter storm increasing likely in interior New England late week

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