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Colder Windy Saturday Snow Passes North Sunday Night
Yesterday’s rain storm for the Eastern US continues to move northward into Canada. The strengthening low and the rather tight pressure gradient here will make for some gusty winds at times today especially along the coast but we should see some sunshine today. Temperatures will be mild to start as have the leftovers of yesterday’s warm air but we will hold in the 40s all day and not move that much off this morning’s lows. The satellite and radar looks show the leftover clouds and leftover rain and snow in upstate NY & New England as the well defined circulation of the upper low continues to lift northward.
We should see mainly clear skies tonight as temperatures settle down into the 20s and lower 30s and Sunday should be a more average day for this time of year with sunshine and arriving clouds. Highs will be in the 40s.
WHITE CHRISTMAS CHANCES NORTH OF NYC
As always in our area at least at the coast, it always seems as if we are dealing with situations where the amount of cold air is in question. Certainly in December that is an issue. It appears that we will see an upper air disturbance swing out of the Great Lakes and create a low to our south off the coast. An area of precipitation will develop which will be snow north of the I-84 corridor and probably some rain to the south. This is a no big deal type of system as it moves through. You can see from the snow map above it does produce some snows to the north; at least enough to put a light snow cover on the ground for Christmas Eve. We will get through this weak system and then it is cold, dry, and problem free weather wise Monday and Tuesday with some sunshine. Most highs will be in the upper 30s and lower 40s on Monday and mostly in the 30s on Tuesday Christmas Day. Dry weather next week should last into Thursday before the next weather system comes knocking on the door late Thursday or Friday.
MANY THANKS TO TROPICAL TIDBITS FOR THE USE OF MAPS
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