We now have a new tropical storm in the Caribbean named "Noel". Noel has winds speeds of 45 miles per and currently sits east of Cuba, traveling in a NNW direction, right through the Bahamas over the next couple of days. Noel is in very warm water but as it interacts with several islands and some strong upper level wind sheer from the west, Noel is not expected to strengthen much. Certainly "Noel" is something to keep a close eye on, but right now, does not pose a threat to the lower 48. For a complete discussion on Noel go here!
Today highs topped 60 degrees across the area, and with a strong southwesterly flow tomorrow, we should see 60 again. But the warm weather will quickly come to an end on Halloween as a cold front pushes through. Temperatures will fall off throughout the day on Halloween, with even a few snow showers possible across the north. Have a great night.
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This post was written by bniznansky on October 29, 2007