Early Spring Feel to The Next Several Days

It might be time to move on from blogspot.  I spent 2 hours on this post (originally) only to have it delete itself.  Here is a shorter version.

Current Conditions
NWS Northeast Regional Radar
On the Water Vapor Loop
GOES_East Water Vapor image 
At 500 mb
00z NAM 500 mb heights
Areas of increasing heights (and temperatures) are shown by the red arrows.  Lowering heights are shown by blue arrows.  These are troughs (blue) and ridges (red).  This will help push temperatures into the low 50's today.

Forecast
00z EURO 2 m Max temps Monday (image weatherbell)
A mix of sun and clouds today, becoming mostly cloudy overnight.  Lows drop only to the low 40's tonight.  Temperatures again approach 50 tomorrow but will be accompanied by heavy rain.  Here is the WPC 3 day rainfall total 
WPC 3 day rainfall totals
This begins Tuesday afternoon.  There will be some decent wind gusts as this front pushes through
06z NAM hires 900 mb winds (image weatherbell)
Due to the stubborn Greenland block the front will take its time to clear the region.  Precipitation will be done by Wednesday morning but the cold air will not work into New England until Wednesday night.  Expect temperatures around 50 on Wednesday.  By Thursday temperatures fall back into the upper 30's/low 40's which is normal for this time of year.  Similar conditions expected for Friday.

Long Range Outlook
Here is the 10 day EURO precipitation totals
00z EURO 10 day precip totals (image weatherbell)
Here is the 9 day MSLP and 850 winds.  This is 8 PM on March 20th.
00z EURO 9 day MSLP 850 winds (image weatherbell)
This would bring considerable snow, wind, rain, and coastal flooding/erosion.   I don't want anymore snow but we can live with it.  Its March afterall it will not stick around long.  I'm concerned for the coast as another major ocean storm would be devastating.   Is it irresponsible to talk about a storm 9-10 days out?  99/100 yes it is.  Today I break the rule.  If you live along the coast be aware there is the potential for another major hit.  When people's homes are in danger of falling into the ocean I want to let them know as soon as possible.  River flooding will need to be watched as well.  There is plenty of time to watch this.  Everyone wins if this blows out to sea.








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