No matter what you have planned for Sunday, it will be a great day to be outdoors with temperatures in the mid 50s. I for one have not finished my fall cleanup so my day is pretty much set. Christmas shopping, Christmas tree hunting, or maybe just a good day to go fishing; what ever it is you have planned, enjoy! My PIX-11 webcast covers it all.
Monday we will see sunshine and some arriving afternoon high clouds with highs in the upper 40s to lower 50s as high pressure builds over us from New England. Tuesday we will see low pressure pass just to the south and east. This will keep us in clouds all day and temperatures mostly in the 40s. Rain may touch coastal New Jersey and Eastern Long Island briefly before turning east and out to sea. Wednesday and Thursday look good with some sunshine and highs in the upper 40s to lower 50s. Some clouds will be around and a spot shower is possible Thursday night into Friday morning and then its back to some sunshine for Friday and Saturday with highs both days into the 50s.
UPDATE ON LONG RANGE MODELS
Late afternoon model guidance is pretty well on course with my earlier idea which is a slow but gradual change in the pattern begins in another week and it will take several weeks to play out. The European weather forecast model and the GFS weather forecast model are pretty much in line with this. Read my JOESTRADAMUS earlier post for a complete rundown of today’s model run and what it means for the longer term.
In case you missed it JOESTRADAMUS wrote a long piece about the long range earlier today about what he thinks going forward in the next 2 weeks. Take your time reading it as he had a lot of time on his hands this morning and went all out with his view on things.