MID-ATLANTIC SWIRL NOT TROPICAL……YET!

Partly sunny and dry here, but a gale is blowing 700 mi. east of Bermuda.The interaction of modified polar air with moisture-laden tropical air has caused a non-tropical gale storm to form in the open Atlantic. It should pose no threat to land as its northwesterly track steers it to the stronger westerlies by midweek.

As expected, the clouds and chance of showers was limited to late Saturday night. As we awoke (one hour later) to the new time change, partial clearing skies set the way for a week of beautiful weather. Cool mornings in the 50s and comfortable afternoons in the 70s will be welcome after all the heat and humidity of the past 5 months. We can thank El Nino for keeping storms far east of us this hurricane season.

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