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It was a cold, chilly morning with a temperature of 4°F at 8.00 am and strong, gusty wind blowing. The sun made a great effort and warmed us up to 20 degrees around 3 pm but that wicked wind just kept on blowing in.
The "normal" high temperature for today should be around 34°F but it will be Monday before we expect to reach that. The readings from the Blue Hills Observ. show we are already 2.57" under our "average" precipitation. Hope this year will not be as dry as last year.
Current Conditions (5.30 pm):- temperature - 19°F, barometric - 30.13"⇑, humidity - 18%, dew point - -5°F.
Tonight should be clear, windy with a low temperature around 5°F. The wind will be from the Northwest at 15 to 25 mph with gusts to 35 mph.
Tomorrow should be clear and sunny in the morning with increasing clouds in the afternoon. The high temperature will be around 25°F with the wind from the West at 10 to 15 mph with gusts to 25 mph. Snow likely during the evening hours.
Sunrise was at 7.04 am
Sunset was at 4.48 pm
Summit of Mount Washington - Current Conditions (5.45 pm):
temperature - -24°F (-31°C)
wind chill - -72°F
wind speed - 80.9 mph from the Northwest
24 hour Peak wind speed - 110.8 mph at 1.30 pm this afternoon.
The weather system over the North Central part of the country is expected to slide underneath New England and clip us with a dusting to 2 inches over Friday night - Saturday morning.