Good morning, everyone! We had a beautiful day on Tuesday with mostly sunny skies and highs in the 70s, though it got pretty windy in the afternoon. Unfortunately, we will not be seeing 70s again anytime soon as a large blocking pattern has developed near Greenland, which will generally help for deep troughs to form in the means in the Northeast. Temperatures were pretty mild during most of the overnight ahead of a second cold front that will be pushing through the region this morning. Considering we just had a cold front that came through on Monday night that dried us out, and the fact that this second cold front is all northern-stream driven and thus has little moisture return will mean that this cold front will be a dry frontal passage.
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