It is now October, also known as that peculiar month when Bostonian weather somehow seems inexplicably reasonable.
Last week saw relatively stable weather conditions, hence making the recent deluge rather expected as compensation. We will now enter another episode of mediocre weather, as the sky maintains a healthy balance of blue and white. Tomorrow will be slightly colder than today, though, as a second cold front passes through Boston.
In the tropics, Tropical Storm Karen has come and gone, for a brief time threatening gulf states enough for FEMA to call back furloughed workers to assist the region. Karen ended up barely affecting the region, but at least brought back some work due to FEMA’s shutdown.