- Nice Sunny Day Warmer Temperatures Weekend Outlook & Long Range
Nice Sunny Day Warmer Temperatures Weekend Outlook & Long Range
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Nice Sunny Day Warmer Temperatures Weekend Outlook & Long RangeWe are enjoying a nice day across the entire region. Mostly cloud free conditions and sunny skies extend pretty much up and down in the Eastern Seaboard with Northern Maine being the exception. The sun should do a good job taking temperatures back into the 70s everywhere today. There are no radar issues at all and we see that remaining the case into Thursday. Skies should be clear tonight with lows in the 50s to near 60.
WEATHER RADARThe front will temporarily get hung up nearby Friday into Saturday as it waits for another front and upper trough to kick it eastward. This leaves us in partly sunny skies for Friday with most highs in the 60s to near 70. The second front will approach on Saturday and that will produce clouds and some scattered showers with highs in the 60s. Behind the front we have some differences in the models for Sunday and we lean to the optimistic solution. The GFS seems to want to push rain eastward from some Pacific energy moving across the US but the European slows that down and builds high pressure southeastward from the Great Lakes making for a nice day but a cool day. We lean toward the latter solution. This leaves us with a partly sunny but a cool Sunday with highs just in the 50s to around 60. That cool air holds on for Monday with sunshine and highs in the 50s. Next week's outlook will hinge on the blocky pattern and whether it will allow western energy to move east. This could bring some rain or showers in on Tuesday and another system follows later next week. The block could force the system to pass to the south of us so we will be monitoring those developments in the coming days.
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