When to expect Sandy Hook wind, sun and sunrises in the coming days

Sandy Hook, Connecticut (AP) There’s a lot to look forward to in the next week, and it could mean a lot of sunny days, but it also could mean the first wave of the season.

Here are a few things to know about the next few days and nights.

Sandy Hook winds are expected to drop around 10 to 15 degrees (18 to 25 Celsius) by Tuesday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.

But that’s still a little below normal.

It’s also still far below the maximum daily high, which can hit about 60 degrees (27 Celsius) on Sunday.

The low will be a lot lower than what it was when the first deadly shooting happened a few days before, but that doesn’t mean the temperature will be much lower.

A low temperature of 25 degrees is typically expected in mid-August.

The first wave is expected to be lower than that.

A low pressure system is expected near the eastern coast of the United States, with low pressure moving east-southeast.

That system is centered over western New England, the Midwest and northern Canada.

That means it’s likely to be a bit warmer than normal in the northeastern part of the country.

In addition to the low pressure, a powerful thunderstorm is also headed toward the area, which is a big concern for the storm’s track and potential for thunderstorms.

A powerful storm like this can create a big storm surge and cause flooding, but Sandy Hook’s record rainfall means the storm won’t hit much of the area.

The storm is likely to come ashore sometime between Tuesday afternoon and Thursday night, which will be about the time when the weather will start to improve.

A heavy rain is possible, but a much drier storm is unlikely.

If you’re worried about the storm, the first signs of it will be the morning commute.

The average high temperature in the forecast for Tuesday is around 26 degrees (14 Celsius), and the average low temperature is around 10 degrees (4 Celsius).

If it rains, it could be a little hotter.

If Sandy Hook gets the best of it, the storm could bring up to three inches of rain to a city of about 100,000 residents.

The best time to stay safe is right after the storm passes.

That’s when there will be an increase in the number of wind chills.