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Cold Front Pushes Melissa Out to Sea, Sun Returning Soon

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Clouds to Clear for a Beautiful Sunday

    Saturday Night: Clearing. Lows in the upper 40s.

    Sunday: Sunny. Beautiful. Highs in the mid 60s.

    Monday: Showers. Clouds win. Highs in the mid 60s.

    CAPE FORECAST

    Saturday Night: Showers end. Late clearing. Lows in the mid 50s.

    Sunday: Sunny. Beautiful. Highs in the mid 60s.

    Monday: Showers. Clouds win. Highs in the low 60s.

    (Published Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019)

    Bye, Melissa! Finally what was Nor’easter then sup-tropical storm Melissa is moving away. It wasn’t a particularly damaging storm, but it caused significant travel disruptions between the Cape and Islands. While the rain underperformed, it was the wind and high surf that became the top headline. A cold front will be moving through overnight, guiding Melissa out to sea.

    Sunday, the sun is back and we can carry on with our outdoor fall plans (like leaf peeping). Temperatures will be seasonable in the 60s. This fantastic fall weather will only stick around for a day, because showers return on Monday. Along the coast, we might be in for some heavy rain Monday morning, following by a drying/clearing during the afternoon. Tuesday, the sunshine returns for a day before another round of unsettled weather.

    Mid-week another coast storm will quickly develop. Thankfully this one will be fast moving. Gusty winds and heavy rain return Wednesday afternoon and could continue into Thursday morning. Conditions will improve quickly by Thursday afternoon.

    Friday through next weekend looks beautiful. The sunshine returns temperatures will start cool and end mild. Enjoy!

    Death Toll, Damages Climb From Typhoon Hagibis

    [NATL] Death Toll, Damages Climb From Typhoon Hagibis

    The death toll from Typhoon Hagibis climbed to 53 on Tuesday, days after it tore through Japan and left hundreds of thousands of homes wrecked, flooded or out of power. Hagibis caused more than 200 rivers to overflow when it hit the island nation on Saturday.

    (Published Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019)

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