Monday Forecast

7:22AM

DAYS 1-5 (MAY 21-25)
High pressure dominates the weather today which may be the pick of the week, but will be rivaled by Thursday and Friday when high pressure controls the weather again. In between, a disturbance will approach Tuesday and bring some wet weather late in the day or in the evening, and as it departs on Wednesday a cooler northerly air flow will take over and some chilly air aloft will keep some clouds in the region. Detailed forecast…
TODAY: Sunny. Highs 69-74 coast, 75-80 interior. Wind W under 10 MPH but coastal sea breezes possible.
TONIGHT: Increasing clouds. Lows 52-57. Wind SW under 10 MPH.
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy. Light rain likely late day / evening. Highs 66-73. Wind S up to 10 MPH.
TUESDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy. Chance of light rain early. Patchy fog. Lows 53-59. Wind light variable.
WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny. Highs 68-75. Wind N 10-20 MPH.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny. Lows in the 50s. Highs in the 70s.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny. Lows in the 50s. Highs in the 80s except cooler some coastal areas.

DAYS 6-10 (MAY 26-30)
Early call on Memorial Day Weekend is fair/warm Saturday May 26 and then watching a front from the north and tropical moisture from the south during the Sunday May 27 and Monday May 28 period as either or both could get involved and make for a complex and variable situation. The later part of this period should be mild but will feature a shower threat.

DAYS 11-15 (MAY 31-JUNE 4)
A period of warmer and drier weather to end May and start June and then it may turn cooler and possibly unsettled at the end of the period.

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44 Responses to Monday Forecast

  1. Tom says:

    Thanks TK !

  2. Vicki says:

    Thank you TK. Iā€™m off this am and Wednesday through Friday. Nice stretch of weather you arranged

  3. JpDave says:

    Good morning and thank you TK.

  4. Dr. Stupid says:

    Good morning and thanks TK. Heres the 7 day outlook from all stations:

    https://i.imgur.com/X5P0jZK.jpg

  5. JpDave says:

    It is yet another beautiful Spring morning in SNE.
    I hear some complain about the weather this month.
    Barry had some stats last night indicating that so far this month
    Boston is averaging 4.1 Degrees above average, and that includes some serious
    sea breeze days. He further stated that the departure will rise this week as it
    will be warmer than average.

    So, despite an occasional rainy and/or cool day, how could anyone complain
    about this month?

    I for one am NOT complaining at all. šŸ˜€

  6. Mark says:

    Thanks TK and Happy Belated Birthday!

    And congrats WxWatcher on your graduation!

  7. Mark says:

    Webcam from Killington today…
    http://www.killington.com/the-mountain/webcams/mountain/golf-course

    Still plenty of coverage on Superstar though the headwall is starting to look a bit sparse. They are still planning on re-opening Friday for Memorial Day weekend. Don’t think they will make it to June 1st this year though!

    • JpDave says:

      I was just about to mention not making it to June 1st. Even so, a pretty
      extended ski season just the same. Thanks for the link.

      It’s been a Loooooong time since I was on the slopes at Killington.
      It used to be one of my favorite destinations.

    • vicki says:

      I attended a meeting last week (remotely – business associate was on site) that was held in Killington. I was told no lifts running but an occasional ambitious individual had been seen walking up to ski down.

      My brother said they were still skiing Tuckerman.

  8. Mark says:

    After Killington closes, there is always Tuckerman’s….

    This is the view of Mt Washington from the Wildcat webcam:
    https://www.mountwashington.org/premium-content/webcam-videos/ravines.aspx

    Beautiful spring day in the mountains!

    • vicki says:

      Sorry, Mark. Had not seen your comment when I posted re Tuckerman. My son has hiked it several times. I was a sissy and drove up the road a few times. Although I know it cannot compare to mountains in the west, it is truly God’s country. I know I’ve said it before but as you all know I like to repeat memories. My dad was standing beside Toni Matt in the late 1930s during the Inferno when Matt schussed the headwall. When my dad told him he had noticed he caught an edge, Matt said he had done it intentionally. It wasn’t until years later that he admitted it was not intentional. My dad said that even now the story isn’t really accurate.

  9. matt says:

    I did Tuckerman three times. Each time a different experience and it was during high school, so been a while..

    • Mark says:

      I have hiked it several times but never skied it. Perhaps someday….

      • JpDave says:

        Yup, me as well.

        Came down it in the rain one time. Scary as hell.

      • matt says:

        I have hiked it as well. i wouldn’t do it now though as I am not in the same shape as I was back in high school. But last summer i lost so much weight and this summer hope to do the same. Gained some this spring but i always do. My goal is to get my 6 pack showing again, currently its hiding šŸ˜›

  10. Mark says:

    If you believe the 12z GFS, it looks like a nice Memorial Day weekend with all three days primarily dry outside of some evening/nighttime showers on Saturday with the frontal passage. Tropical moisture stays south. Saturday is a hot day with highs pushing 90 and then 70’s on Sunday and Monday. I would take that.

    • JpDave says:

      I would as well, however, the Euro paints a slightly different story.
      Let’s see how today’s 12Z run looks. šŸ˜€

  11. JpDave says:

    re: Mt. Washington

    The first time I hiked to the summit was via Lions Head.
    Nearing the summit on that trial, I was in total and complete AWE
    as I couldn’t believe that I had an astounding view of the Atlantic Ocean!!!!
    Absolutely breath taking. Of course that was in the 60s and cell phones weren’t even an idea yet (oh perhaps they were an idea somewhere) and I didn’t think to bring
    a camera! Stupid me!

    • matt says:

      its one of the most rewarding hikes I did was Mt. Washington. I want to be able to do it again.

      • JpDave says:

        Agree. I loved the climb of Mt. Lafayette almost as much.

        • matt says:

          This was my list of what I did. Elementary school typical elementary school activities. Cub scouts and started skiing 5th grade. etc. Start up of playing music etc. Summer between elementary school and middle school thats when I really started everything. Hiking, Biking for real, skiing, almost everything started because of boy scouts. I went to the gym almost every 2 days etc. By 7th grade I was biking mtns and hiking. Weekends for me consisted of Biking, hiking, swimming, skiing depending on the time of year. Week days consisted of school then heading out to the gym or playing frizbee or football with friends through middle school. Some of my friends were like how do you get things done. I Finishing homework in the evening when it got dark if I didn’t already do it in class :P. I also with my disability needed a way to to take out my frustration and energy and my way was to be outdoors. High school kind of changed everything but I was still extremely active, with the only difference being the fall in which marching band took over most of my time. then everything changed my senior year of high school when I injured myself skiing at killington. I am slowly getting back to the way I was, Been skiing of course, been biking, last thing I have done but not to the point I use to was hiking and the awesome MTN bike trails of VT and NH. I am getting there but I still somtimes feel pain in the ankle. Last summer was the first time I hiked not feeling like I wanted to cut my ankle off. Its progress.

          • JpDave says:

            Never had a list like that.

            I did mostly baseball as often and as much as I could. In Winter it was ice hockey as much as possible, even if it meant falling through the ice
            in early season. Fall it was some football. Then I’d squeeze in as much fishing as possible sprinkled with some candle pin bowling. šŸ˜€

            • matt says:

              oh bowling is included on my list as well lol, I play some street hockey but ice skating was one thing I did not do, my ex and I had an agreement in which we did one thing the other did for a sport that we would try. I got her into skiing, she tried to get me into Ice skating, lets just say she was able to get into skiing and well i stunk at skating.

    • vicki says:

      Gives me chills, JPD. Just awesome.

      • JpDave says:

        I was pretty incredible.

        One hear another oddity…..

        At the summit, I ran into an old classmate from
        Millis High school where I graduated a few years earlier.
        Small world!

  12. Longshot says:

    A Caribbean low. Nothing much at the moment.

    https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/?atlc

  13. JpDave says:

    Link to Woods Hill Weather APP Install. Sorry, at this time only available
    for Android. This update has the HREF model included. This link is time sensitive and will only work for a few days. (TK, this is your best bet for an install)

    https://mega.nz/#!0X4AnbKC!cVjDMU2kwI1_fqRPuyPkBxO6oVssK__ptE321s5RuHY

  14. Jp Dave says:

    It is still early, but the Cavs are opening up a sizeable lead. does not look good for the Celtics.

    • Philip says:

      If this series is going to be a matter of the “home” team winning then the Celtics “should” be ok. Famous last words. šŸ˜‰

  15. Woods Hill Weather says:

    New post!