of Massachusetts Lowell Weather Center
Lowell Area Forecast
Issued: Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014 at 9:00 A.M.
UML Student Meteorologist: Michael Souza
Merrimack Valley Regional
Good morning! A coastal low pressure system will make it's way up
the coast tonight resulting on scattered showers throughout the day
today with heavier rain moving in this evening. The system will become
cut off from the jet stream and will linger around the
region resulting in cloudy skies and scattered showers until
Saturday where high pressure moves in from the west regaining control.
Decent looking weekend ahead with partly cloudy skies for both Saturday
and Sunday however can't rule out the possibility of a spot shower with
cold temperatures aloft. High temperatures for the next few days will
range in the mid 50's with low's in the mid to upper 40's.
Model's indicating the return of Indian Summer as an upper level
ridge moves over the region early next week as temperatures could
return to the low to mid 70's again before a cold front moves through
the area next Wednesday. Have a great weekend!
Short Term Forecast
Cloudy with showers. High's around 54. North wind of 10-15 mph.
Steadier showers expected. Northwind 10-15 mph. Low around 50.
Cloudy with scattered showers. North winds of 10-15 mph. High's in the mid 50's.
Continued clouds and scattered showers. North wind 10-15 mph.
Mostly cloudy. Chance of a light shower. High's in the mid to upper 50's.
Partly cloudy. Low's in the upper 40's.
Party cloudy with a small chance of an afternoon shower. High near 60, low's around 40.
Mainly sunny. High around 58.
This forecast will be updated on Thursday, October 23rd,
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