COASTAL STORM GIVES US A CHILL

2009-11-12_181251The coastal storm whose roots sprang from IDA blanketed the entire Atlantic seaboard with a layer of gray clouds that coupled with northerly winds gave us a bone-chilling day.
The westerly winds/polar jet stream is located over Canada; consequently,
the storm is very reluctant to head eastward into the open Atlantic.
With the return of sunshine Friday, our morning chill in the 40s will give way to milder temps near 70.
The small low circulation that passed near Bermuda is about to meet its demise as it merges with the frontal system to its north. Elsewhere, the tropics are relatively quiet.

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