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Your Lowell Area Forecast

Forecast Issued: Friday, October 31st, 2014 at 9:00 A.M.
UML Student Meteorologist: David Coe

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High: 54

Low: 43

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Low: 36

High: 46

Low: 28

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High: 56

Low: 40



Merrimack Valley Regional Weather Summary

     Good morning everyone and Happy Halloween! Today looks to be like yesterday, with seasonable temperatures in the low 50s. Clouds will fill the sky during the afternoon ahead of our coastal system that will impact us this weekend.Tonight will not be as cool, with Lows in the low 40s, due to the clouds blocking any radiational cooling. Showers look to break out any time after midnight with a better chance for them as we go on into the early morning hours. Steady rain looks to move in during the afternoon Saturday and last into Sunday morning. Winds will be gutsy during this time period with peak gusts reaching between 35-42 mph. Highs Saturday look to be around 50, but will fall into the mid 40s on Sunday as cold air rushes into the region behind the storm. A wind shift to the Northwest behind the storm is a typical pattern which causes this cold air to rush into New England. Sunday looks to dry out in the afternoon as the storm moves into the Gulf of Maine, however it will remain breezy until nighttime with gusts still above 30 mph. Monday looks to be much cooler with Highs still only making it into the mid to upper 40s. There looks to be a slight warmup Tuesday and Wednesdays as high pressure and a ridge move over the region, bringing in southwest flow to the region, so temperatures could reach the 60s both days. Looking ahead cold air looks to move in again by the end of next week, which seems to be an ongoing pattern for the past couple of weeks, with warm mid-weeks and colder end of the weeks. Check back for futher updates and make sure to follow us @UMLWeatherCTR on twitter for updates! Have a sppoky, safe and Happy Halloween!!  

Short Term Forecast
Seasonably cool with Highs in the low 50s. Mostly cloudy with a Northeast wind at 3-7 mph.


Halloween Night
Mostly cloudy and cool with Lows in the low 40s. Chance of showers after midnight. North wind at 5-9 mph. 


Mostly cloudy and rainy with Highs around 50. Rainfall between a quarter and half an inch possible. North wind at 5-10 mph with gusts above 25 mph likely. 


Saturday Night
Rainy, blustery and cool with Lows in the mid to upper 30s. North wind at 8-12 mph with gusts above 30mph likely. 


Rain to start, clearing up by afternoon, but still mostly cloudy. Highs in the mid 40s. Northwest wind at 10-15mph with gusts above 30-35mph likely.


Sunday Night
Partly cloudy and cold with Lows falling to around 30. Northwest wind at 7-12mph with gusts above 20-30mph possible.


Extended Forecast
Monday/Monday Night
Mostly sunny and cool with Highs in the mid to upper 40s. Lows overnight in the low 30s.


Mostly sunny and warmer with Highs in the upper 50s to around 60. 


This forecast will be updated on Saturday, November 1st, 2014.

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