Next Chance For Rain Later Wednesday Thursday First Week of Spring

Next Chance For Rain Later Wednesday Thursday First Week of Spring

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Next Chance For Rain Later Wednesday Thursday First Week of Spring

Winter is over and spring is here. The moans of “no real spring anymore” will begin. Perhaps it is time to realize that spring is a volatile time of year and it is not the most pleasant time in the Northeast as we battle the slower warming cold ocean. We do have some nice weather days though and today is one of them. The satellite view shows nice clear skies. The radars are nice and quiet. This leaves us with a day of sunshine. Some clouds will come in later this afternoon and into tonight as a weak upper air disturbance goes by. We will mention the chance for a scattered brief shower though the chances are low. Highs today will be in the upper 50s and lower 60s.

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WEATHER RADAR

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Once tonight’s upper air disturbance goes by, skies should partially clear. Lows by morning will be in the 40s with 30s in cold spots. Tuesday should be a nice day of sunshine. Highs will reach the upper 50s and lower 60s. Then we turn to the next storm system which is coming out of the Plains and heading to the Great Lakes and Northeast.

A strong storm system moving north northeast up the Mississippi Valley will be producing a wide regional severe weather outbreak beginning tonight in East Texas and then spreading east across the Central Gulf States. Later this week we will see that severe weather outbreak move through the Eastern Gulf states and Southeast & Southern Mid Atlantic. We here in the Eastern Pennsylvania to Southern New England will be dealing with a warm front to the south and an onshore flow into a low in the Great Lakes. Wednesday will be cloudy or becoming cloudy. Some light rain comes in late in the day. Highs will be in the raw upper 40s to lower 50s. Showery rains will continue Wednesday night into Thursday. Thursday highs will be in the 50s. The front stalls for a short time offshore as it waits for an upper trough to swing through. Showers could still linger Thursday night into early Friday before weather conditions improve. The GFS loop takes longer for improvement to occur. We will take a more optimistic angle for Friday with decreasing clouds and highs reaching the upper 50s to middle 60s.

 

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