Long Island Will See Clouds Around Limited Sun Downpour Chances Overnight

Long Island Will See Clouds Around Limited Sun Downpour Chances Overnight

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Long Island Will See Clouds Around Limited Sun Downpour Chances Overnight

Long Island is starting off the weekend with sunshine and some high clouds. Those high clouds are from low pressure moving northward through the Southeast and Mid Atlantic states. Rain from this system will stay away today but we will see high clouds slowly increasing as the day wears on. This will put a lid on temperatures as highs this afternoon will reach the low and middle 80s. Temperatures will be cooler along the shore.

SATELLITE

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A couple of scattered showers are visible on the local radar but not much of what is being shown ahead of the low to the south is reaching the ground. To the south we see the rain from the southern low moving northward through Virginia and the Delmarva Peninsula. This should not reach Long Island today or this evening but there could be some overnight showers or a heavier downpour as the low passes to our south.

WEATHER RADAR

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Sunday may wind up being a bit of a struggle with clouds around certainly during the morning. We should see some slow improvement during the afternoon with some sunshine trying to break through the clouds. This is going to leave us humid but it will also leave us with limited heating so highs will only reach the upper 70s to near 80 degrees inland with shore temperatures in the 70s.

The week ahead for Long Island will bring us very warm and humid conditions with 90 degree highs beginning on Tuesday and lasting through Friday. The next cold front won’t reach the coast until late Friday so the chance for a pop up shower or thunderstorm will be very low to near zero Monday and only slight higher Tuesday through Thursday. Monday highs will be in the low to mid 80s because of the wind off the ocean but after that the winds will turn southwest and cooler temperatures will be limited to the shore.

Friday will bring a cold front to bring in the chance for thunderstorms and offer a break in the humidity next weekend as the next high builds in from the Great Lakes and the heat and humidity ridge offshore weekends. Right now the tropics are quiet though there are three waves out in the tropical Atlantic that are being watched. None of those shows signs of development at the moment but that could change next week as conditions across the Atlantic basin become more favorable for tropical cyclone formation.

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