It has been a brisk and dry day here in New Hampshire. The west wind has had to cross so many unfrozen lakes, and even unfrozen fields, that it has been mellowed and wasn’t so terribly cold.  At the childcare I burned leaves again, to the great delight of the children.

However look down the coast from us on the map below.  The cold front that passed yesterday has stalled across Florida, and a dimple of low pressure is forming off the South Carolina coast.

20141113 satsfc (Click to enlarge)

As that wave of low pressure rides up the coast it will kick our winds back to the east, and Atlantic moisture will ride up into our hills. Abruptly our forecast states we will see two inches of snow on the ground when we arise in the morning.

And so it begins…

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