- Northeast Winter Storm Exits Bitter Cold Air Arrives Tonight
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Northeast Winter Storm Exits Bitter Cold Air Arrives TonightThe Northeast winter storm continues to move slowly northeastward with the low sitting in Southwest Pennsylvania. Judging from local temperatures this morning cold air is wedged southwestward into Northwest New Jersey and Northeast Pennsylvania where temperatures are locked in the 20s. Area temperatures are about 5 to 10 degrees lower than what was modeled for surface temperatures and that has led to a prolonged period of freezing rain inland. The warm sector to the south has pushed temperatures into the 50s and 60s in Eastern Virginia and North Carolina. We have one more surge of downpours and possibly some thunderstorms this morning along the coast. The low itself will likely take a track close to the black line drawn above. The satellite loop shows clouds racing northeastward and we should see the clouds push offshore this afternoon.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITYMonday morning will be the coldest morning of the winter so far with lows in the single digits with cold spots north and northwest of the coast near zero. We will see sunshine on Monday with highs just back into the lower teens. Some areas might not break above 10. Tuesday morning will be a repeat performs with some below zero readings popping up. We will start to see temperatures moderate on Tuesday with some sunshine and highs back into the 20s. Temperatures will keep rising into Wednesday and it is hard to believe that the next front moves through here with rain showers and temperatures in the 40s but that is the plan.. Be advised however that in some areas if precipitation comes in fast enough Wednesday morning there could be freezing rain at the start. The complication late this week will be the front stalling out and waiting for a second wave to develop on it and move northeastward while cold air will be poised nearby trying to return as the wave moves through. It is all about timing Usually the wave goes by first before the cold air comes in but sometimes we do see instances of cold air getting back in before the wave goes by. This will be the challenge for later in the week.
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