Nice Night Ahead Warm Thursday Cooler Friday Weekend Outlook Good
We had another winner of a day here with lots of sunshine up and down the East Coast. Humidity levels here were very low and temperatures topped out in the mid to upper 70s. There is nothing going on sky wise or radar wise this evening and tonight with mainly clear skies. Most lows will be in the 50s away from warmer urban areas and low 60s in those warmer urban areas and along the coast.
Thursday brings the next cold front which means we will warm up ahead of it. Look for sunshine in the morning giving way to developing clouds as a cold front approaches and moves through tomorrow evening. Highs for Thursday will reach into the low and even middle 80s away from the ocean. There could be a scattered shower or two as the front passes late in the day but it is quite possible that most of you won’t see a drop of rain.
The front goes by and skies clear out Thursday night setting us up for a nice Friday. Friday actually will look very much like to day with lots of sunshine and highs in the 70s with low humidity. It is a great way to finish a very nice week of weather.
There are no changes in the outlook for the weekend. Saturday brings another front with sunshine giving way to clouds and a few scattered late day or evening showers with highs reaching into the 80s. The front will drop southward Saturday night and Sunday. A strong high will be building to the north with an onshore flow developing during Sunday.
This puts us in northeast winds and partly sunny skies. The cloud line initially will be close by but the high is building southeastward so look for the cloud line to eventually make into Southern New Jersey and then points southward. Right now figure on partly to mostly sunny from NYC north and east and partly to mostly cloudy from the city south and west with most highs in the 70s. Important changes could be coming later next week in the form of 2 stronger cold fronts and a change in the upper flow allowing cool air from Canada to come in on a regular basis.
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