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As Low Predictability Continues for Northeast Friday-Sunday Timeframe, Interesting Possible Scenarios Emerge

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    This is interesting - many of you likely saw my posts Monday (and blog post here - ) about low predictability for the Friday thru Sunday timeframe. Add this to the mix - the "RPM" guidance spins a storm center up along the coast Friday with tons of moisture and even the look of a tropically-infused storm of rain and wind! RPM guidance is the computer product offered by Weather Services International, from Andover MA. Now, not much aside from that RPM guidance spins a coastal, tropically infused system so near the East Coast Fri, however, nearly all indications are the stalling front off our coast should have a storm ripple along it, so we'll have to see how close the front stalls. At this point, I'm continuing to favor a chance of Eastern New England showers Friday, an optimistic Saturday, and afternoon storms Sunday - but you can bet I'll keep an eye on this and keep you posted.

    "RPM" computer guidance shows tropically infused system Friday:

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