- Slow Improvement Chillier Temperatures Mostly Dry Through Friday
Slow Improvement Chillier Temperatures Mostly Dry Through Friday
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Slow Improvement Chillier Temperatures Mostly Dry Through FridayYesterday's storm system and severe weather fireworks have now moved away to the northeast capping a month where we had 3 severe weather outbreaks. For November this is highly unusual but then again it is 2020. Now we begin December which has a reputation for being a stormy month at times. It is also the month that usually brings the first accumulating snows to the Northeast and Mid Atlantic states. Today is a clean up day atmospherically as we have leftover clouds to get through. There will be a gusty breeze and the chance for the odd passing shower around midday or early afternoon.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITYWednesday look for more sunshine and fewer clouds and a little less wind. Highs will be mostly in the 40s and then we head down to the 20s to lower 30s Thursday morning. Thursday looks nice and sunny with highs in the 40s. We will do it again on Friday with sunshine and highs again in the 40s. We seem to be back to the idea of a second storm system for this weekend on the GFS model while some of the others are going along the same idea. The European model is in its own little world from overnight showing only a weak system for the weekend well to the south and something more potent for the middle of next week. There is so much energy running around on two separate jet streams and models are having a hell of a time figuring out the timing of these systems and how they interact with each other. For now we will go for increasing clouds Saturday with rain on Sunday and come back to this later today as we see how models handle all these timing issues.
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