Next Round of Rain Arriving Showers Into Monday, Cold All Week Long

Next Round of Rain Arriving Showers Into Monday, Cold All Week Long

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Next Round of Rain Arriving Showers Into Monday, Cold All Week Long

This hasn’t been exactly a good weekend but it is the last weekend of February and that puts us in meteorological spring Monday. Temperatures rise their fastest over the next 3 months. The average high starts March in the mid 40s and by the end of the month it is in the mid 50s or basically 1 degree every three days. Unfortunately the averages and reality rarely agree and we have a week ahead that does look to be colder than average. Before that we have a cloudy satellite picture and the next round of rain and showers.

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The rain is loading up on the radar and headed northeast. It appears we will see a shot of rain through the afternoon and more showery rains for overnight into Monday night. Low pressure goes by to our north and then it will be a matter of waiting for a cold front to pass through Monday morning.

F5 WEATHER RADARS

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While the day is starting on the raw side we should see temperatures slowly rise and most areas will reach the upper 40s to mid 50s, if not during the day then it should happen overnight as a warm front tries to go by.

Monday brings one last round of showers and then we will see improving weather conditions from late morning and through the afternoon with decreasing clouds and increasing sun. Temperatures will reach their highs early in the morning and then ease back into the 40s. They will drop into the mid teens and lower 20s under clear skies Monday night and a gusty northwest wind.

Tuesday will be sunny but cold with highs only in the low to mid 30s. Another cold night follows Tuesday night but it should be a little higher than Tuesday morning. Lows by Wednesday morning should be in the 20s with teens in the cold spots. Wednesday look for sun and high clouds. Low pressure will be passing to the south. Highs will be in the 40s.

Wednesday sees a low pass to our south with no issues for the Northern Mid Atlantic to Southern New England. Temperatures will moderate into Thursday before another cold front passes (dry) and a cold high from Eastern Canada overwhelms the Northeast and Mid Atlantic with cold dry air into the weekend. The overwhelming cold air suppresses the next storm system well to the south and east but after yesterday’s rather bullish model runs, I will still be hesitant to discount a more wintry solution for the weekend and storm that winds up further north. We still have a ways to go with this.

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