The remnants of Philippe moved through the mid-Atlantic and brought a nice spat of rain and wind to New England and the Chesapeake. He also flared up just as he made his landfall, and became broad enough to keep clouds and rain over our forecast city of Youngstown for both the two days of our forecast period. A cold front swept through on Sunday, but more rain fell on Monday with the backwash from the deepening Nor’Easter. Only half of the outlets had rain in the forecast, but Weathebug outpaced the field on temperatures by so much that they won despite having rain only with that cold front.
Actuals: Sunday .08″ of rain, trace of snow, High 44, Low 35
Monday – .11″ of rain, High 42, Low 37