The New England Nor'easter is no friend of mine today as it spins clouds over the area. Solar eclipse viewing is a 50/50 proposition.
The slow-moving nor'easter kept us wet today. It's going to finally depart tonight, but windy impacts linger into tomorrow.
Since at least Tuesday, satellite data - an important input to weather models - has stopped flowing into the Weather Service due to an apparent network outage.
Rain in the Mid-Atlantic is expected to let up on Wednesday afternoon and evening as the storm pushes further north.
After Hurricane Gonzalo raked Bermuda early Saturday, its remnants zipped across the Atlantic and slammed into Europe Tuesday.
A partial eclipse will be visible across most of North America on Thursday, weather permitting.
Tropical storm warnings have been hoisted from Celestun to Frontera in the Mexico state of Campeche along the west side of the Yucatan peninsula.
It's a cool and gloomy one, but with some luck it won't be wet throughout. Winds whip though. Nicer weather is right around the corner.
As low pressure dives through the region tonight and redevelops offshore Wednesday, periods of rain develop and keep coming.
"Snowfall forecasting is hard," writes FiveThirtyEight. We agree.