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By Jack Donnelly,
The howling winds ease as the vigorous cold front
leaves New England behind and pillages the north Atlantic.
We’ll have lots of cloud cover overhead north of
another low pressure system developing over the southeastern US and
mid-Atlantic coast. This system should stay to our south and spare us any more
damage. The airmass left behind remains warmer than normal, cloud cover helping
to retain some of the leftover heat. Morning lows around freezing, warming to
an afternoon high around 40. Light southeasterly breezes will prevail through
the day, generally less than 10 mph.
No more tree damage.
And that’s a good thing.