High Wind Warning Storm Warning

High Wind Warning Storm Warning



High Wind Warning

Storm Warning

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You don’t see STORM WARNINGS up for the coastal waters too often but indeed we have this situation for tonight and Sunday. The first thing we need to get through is today’s rain as low pressure moves up the east coast. Last night’s cold front has stalled out and a wave is moving along it. Now the system that is going to become a storm just east of Long Island Sunday morning is completely separate from this wave which is moving out way ahead of it. Had the timing been a little different, this tropical moisture would have gotten involved with the diving energy to the northwest. This probably would have made for some snowstorm. Instead the system for overnight will be filled with energy but relatively moisture starved. The satellite loop shows the two systems and how separated they are. Timing is always critical. Nonetheless there will be an extremely tight pressure gradient setting up for Sunday morning. Gusts to hurricane forecast just offshore would not at all be a surprise.

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Satellite Loop

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Radar Loops

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Radar shows the rain moving northeast and it will be tapering off and ending from west to east as we go into and move through the afternoon. Then we sit back and wait for the main storm to develop tonight. Winds are forecast to increase a little faster and will probably start gusting up around midnight or so and then really get going during the early morning hours.

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With the strong upper air storm moving overhead, a burst of snow is possible overnight and there could be a brief blinding squall in some places. Snow accumulation if any should be on the order of a coating to at most an inch or so. With gusts to 50 mph that snow is likely to be blown around all over the place if you get into a heavier snow shower.

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Snowfall Forecast

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As we move through Sunday winds will be slowly coming down late in the afternoon and Sunday night as the next weather system approaches. Temeperatures tonight will fall into the 30s and even some 20s north and west of the coast. Temperatures Sunday are not going anywhere with highs into the 40s at best.

Monday brings the next weather system and it will be wet snow and some rain but I can’t get too excited about a system that is going to be moving through here during the day Monday. In fact some snow could be hear before daybreak Monday but much of what falls during the day will be either rain or a wet snow/rain mix. It might go back to some wet snow Monday evening before ending. Monday’s temperatures will be in the 30s to lower 40s.

Very cold air follows Tuesday into Wednesday morning with temperatures Tuesday in the 30s and Tuesday night we will see lows in the 20s and even teens.

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