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Monday, April 16, 2007
Weather or Not
Seems MtWashington NH,.is a very windy place these days,............
and they are suggesting the current storm conditions you are experiencing in the East will continue somewhat for the next 36 hrs.//////
Summit Forecast – Monday, April 16, 2007
A strong storm will continue to impact the northeast for the next 36 hours. This system is continuing to build strength as it sits south of the state. The system is producing mixed precipitation in the form of snow, sleet, freezing rain, snow pellets, hail, and possibly rain if things continue to warm to above freezing on the summits. Winds will continue to be high as the pressure gradient remains tight with winds staying well above hurricane force and gusting well into the triple digits. Overnight, heavy and constant bands of precipitation continue but this will turn to frozen precipitation types later in the night. Overnight, a secondary low will start forming off the coast which will continue to feed moisture in over the area. Tuesday, the two lows waltz around each other as they slowly start to slide to the east. Heavy bands will continue to spin through but far less consistent. Winds will diminish slightly too as the gradients begins to relax as the lows pull out.
I guess these conditions on the Mt./...are going to influence a wide area right into Eastern Canada (incl Southern Ont),.wind & rain & generally crappy stuff..... (the bright side I suppose is April Showers bring.........blah blah blah)
I fyou guys back there have to go out,.then be careful.........I Remember the 'icy days with that sleet or freezing rain crap were the most annoying,.and difficult to drive in)