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CHRISTMAS DECORATING SUNDAY TEMPERATURES IN THE 50S SOME SUNSHINE
MORE RAIN ARRIVES MONDAY AS BLIZZARD MOVES FROM CENTRAL PLAINS TO GREAT LAKES
Last’s night storm intensified into a very strong gale center as it sat off the New Jersey coast. Winds gusted to 60 mph at times along parts of the New Jersey shore and the south shore of Long Island. Heavy rains pounded the region from New Jersey to Southern New England. Rainfall amounts of 2 to 3 inches were common. Now that storm is gone and weather conditions are improving. The storm has moved to the Gulf of Maine.
Now comes the next weather system for Monday which today is moving through the Central Plains and the Midwest with heavy snows of up to a foot forecast. But there are no issues here today. The well developed storm is southeast of Long Island and moving away to the east. This will be a good day to do some Christmas decorating outdoors along with fall clean ups. Sunshine will be with us all day, mixing with patchy clouds from time to time and temperatures. No issues for tonight into Monday morning though we will see clouds increasing later tonight and thickening up early Monday with lows in the 40s.
Monday brings today’s Central Plains storm to us. This will be another instance of a low going to our west and a secondary low developing near the coast. Rain will arrive Monday morning. Rain continues into Monday evening before the front moves offshore.
Colder air follows this system for the rest of next week and temperatures will be cold Tuesday through Thursday. Daytime highs will just be into the 40s and overnight night lows will be in the 20s to lower 30s. It looks like we should be dry into Friday before the next system comes out of the Southwest. We could see some rain or perhaps some snow from this as the system arrives. We will discuss this further later today.
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