Monday, September 29, 2008

Fall's Finest For Now

Much of the country continues to experience quite and tranquil weather.

Days are still warm but nights tend to get a chill, which lets us know it is only a matter of time until some colder weather comes down from Canada.

Some colder air has built over portions of Alaska. As I write this blog, Fairbanks is sitting just above 20 degrees with fog.

Their rivers and lakes are still open which may contribute to additional dense fog.

That pocket of colder air will move south over the next few days, but by the time it reaches the lower 48 it will have modified significantly.

Overnight sub-tropical storm Laura developed in the central Atlantic. It will move north and then east, potentially approaching Britian.

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