Weather: The Forecast...En EspaÑolBy Roberto F. Rondane
Looking for a random phrase to begin with my forecast, I opened a page of “Verbos Ingleses: Guia Practica.” And I swear that the first phrase I found is an example for the use of “open up”: “Another couple of warm days and the roses will have opened up.” Well, I don’t know whether the roses will open up or not, but this is at least a good description of the weather for the upcoming weekend.
A high pressure system has taken control of the weather from the Great Lakes area towards New England leaving us with the perspective of a string of dry and sunny days from today up until Monday. Also as a consequence of this beneficial anticyclone, storms are making their way towards the Atlantic crossing through southern states, leaving unusual snowfall over the northern parts of Georgia. Over the weekend the high pressure will move southward leaving most of the eastern part of the country under fair weather conditions.
Today: Mostly sunny. High 40°F (4°C).
Tonight: Clear. Low 23°F (-5°C ).
Saturday: Partly cloudy. High 44°F (7°C).
Sunday: Clear. Low 29°F (-2°C). High 47°F (8°C).
Monday: Clear. Low 34°F (1°C). High 49°F (9°C).