Another Warm Day Ahead Clouds Sun No Outlook Changes Through The Weekend
Weather in 5 Tuesday October 20, 2020
JOE & JOE WEATHER SHOW MONDAY OCTOBER 19, 2020
When you have an upper high along or off the East Coast this time of year it makes every day a struggle in figuring out how much sun and how much cloud cover you are going to have to deal with. That of course will impact high temperatures every day. The satellite pictures and loops this morning show clouds around but there should be some breaks of sunshine that develop today. That should take highs into the upper 60s and lower 70s this afternoon.
Long Island and Southeastern New England got a little surprise overnight and this morning with some showers that are moving away to the east. Other showers are in Western Pennsylvania, Northern NY and Northern New England as another wave goes by to the northwest. We see no shower issues here today.
Nights will feature low clouds and some patchy fog, perhaps even a little drizzle but Wednesday and for that matter Thursday and Friday will feature clouds and some sun. Actually Thursday looks like the best day of the week with more sun than clouds. Highs will reach the 70s. Nights will continue to remain in the 50s to lower 60s. We will continue to see sun and clouds for Friday with highs into the 70s.
Not much change is being indicated going forward. Tropical Storm Epsilon passes well east over the weekend missing Bermuda to the east. Then traffic starts to move across the US with a front that passes Saturday evening. Again there won’t be much weather with that. Sunday the flow turns northeast which will mean cooler air. Saturday highs will be in the upper 60s and lower 70s and in the 60s on Sunday. Next week we will see opportunities for rain with the first chance late Monday into Tuesday.
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