Tight Gradient = Windy

March 28, 2016


As low pressure continues to deepen over the Canadian Maritimes, the pressure difference between that system and a high pressure area building in from the Great Lakes will cause northwest winds to increase tonight, reaching 15-25 mph, with some gusts over 40 mph possible.  The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Advisory for most of the region into Tuesday afternoon.  There will be varying amounts of cloudiness tonight and there will be some rain & snow showers around - especially to the north.  Low temperatures will be mostly in the 30's by morning.


Tuesday will also be windy, with a mix of sun & clouds.  Highs will be around 50 degrees, but the northwest wind at 15-25 mph with higher gusts will make it feel less comfortable than that.  The wind will decrease a bit Wednesday as the high builds in.  Should turn out mostly sunny with highs in the low-mid 50's.  Partly sunny with increasing clouds Thursday.  Becoming windy again - but this time a southerly wind   Highs reach 60-65.  Some rain either late Thursday or Thursday night into Friday.  


Counties shaded in light brown below under a Wind Advisory into Tuesday afternoon.


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