Nice Dry Cooler Weather Through The Weekend Showers Possible Halloween
The humidity and the warm air of the last few days is now gone and as a cold front moves offshore, we are going to see progressively drier and cooler air to take over. The satellite shows diminishing cloud cover and we are looking for increasing sunshine as the day wears on along with a nice breeze from the north northwest. Temperatures today will top out in the middle 60s. The regional radar shows hardly any precipitation in the Northeast and Mid Atlantic states and the will likely be the case through Sunday.
Most lows tonight will be in the mid 30s to lower 40s. High pressure will be in control Friday through Sunday. Though it moves to our north the problematic onshore flow is going to set up further south from the Delmarva Peninsula or Virigina south.
Low pressure developing off the Southeast US coast may or may not become a tropical or subtropical depression or storm. It will likely spread some high clouds northward Friday to veil the sunshine. However it will still be a nice albeit cool day. Highs will be in the mid to upper 50s.
Friday night into Saturday morning will be cold inland with a round of frosts and freezes likely away from warmer urban centers and the coast. Lows will be in the low to mid 30s inland and near 40 or so coast and warmer urban areas. Saturday will be sunny with highs in the 50s to near 60. Sunday look for sunshine with perhaps some late day arriving clouds. Highs will reach into the lower 60s. No rain is forecast through the weekend.
As the gfs abobe as well asr models show, low pressure off the Southeast coast moves out to the northeast early next week. Meanwhile another low coming out of the Rockies moves across the Gulf States and then turns north up the west side of the Appalachians. It weakens as it takes this track and that leaves us with a Halloween with clouds and the chance there could be a few showers, though it doesn’t appear like an all day rain. Highs Monday will be in the 60s.
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