The recent nor'easter and remarkable rainfall and flooding thankfully
marks the end of the recent cycle of heavy rains and northeast wind events for the region. Over
the next 5 to 10 days the weather pattern will resemble more of a late May or early June feel.
We are expecting high pressure to become parked off the east coast and that will provide
the region with an extended period of dry weather and mainly southwest flow through the middle of
next week. A series of frontal systems are likely to pass across the region between April 6th and 15th producing bouts of rainfall especially across northern New England but the prevailing surface wind regime will be favoring southwest flow ahead of each system and northwest flow
behind each passage.