The Weather Next Week Looks Good

It looks like New York is going to dodge bad weather next week, sparing Sandy-worn residents further hardship and not making travel torturous on an already jammed up week. Knock on wood.

The Wall Street Journal reports:

With the latest model runs confirming the benevolent eastward trend that began Wednesday, the threat of a significant Thanksgiving storm in the New York area is now near zero. The storm itself should still form, but will be pushed safely away from the tri-state out near Bermuda by a strong and stable high pressure centered over the eastern United States.

Temperatures will remain cool but not cold with some cloud cover.

If it’s clear tonight, you better shut off the lights (or drive out of the city if necessary) and look up. The Leonids meteor shower will peak at 3 a.m. Saturday morning with 15-20 meteors per hour.


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