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Totally boring weather this week – sunny and clear. OK, so we might get a wee bit of wind Wednesday and Thursday as a dry cold front traverses the region. Thursday and Friday will be noticeably colder with highs only in the upper 60’s, with frosts in many areas overnight Thursday. Temperatures will rebound a little as we head into the weekend. Models are hinting at some precipitation Tuesday of next week. We’ll see.
Additional notes for the weather nuts out there:
September came in slightly cooler and wetter than normal, particularly to our south. See attached precip anomaly map.
Meanwhile, in New Zealand …
Have another wonderful week,
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