Onshore Flow From 50s to 80s East to West Chance Showers Tuesday

Onshore Flow From 50s to 80s East to West Chance Showers Tuesday

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Onshore Flow From 50s to 80s East to West Chance Showers Tuesday

The “Curse of the Onshore Flow” is playing out today but at least it seems to be doing it with not much in the way of clouds We see thema on the satellite from Northwestern to Southeastern New England but there isn’t enough to keep us out of sunshine. Temperatures are going to be responding to an east wind near the coast and to more of a south wind inland. This produces a wide range of temperatures ranging from the 40s along the immediate coast of Southeastern New England and south and east facing shorelines. Just inland we climb to the 50s and 60s and from Western New Jersey westward we get into the 70s and 80s as the high temperature map shows.

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The onshore flow strengthens tonight and Monday and the cooler air spreads inland. Skies tonight will see a mix of clouds and clear skies to start. Some more cloud cover could develop overnight as lows head into the 40s. Monday is going to be a much cooler day everywhere from Eastern Pennsylvania to Southern New England. Skies should be partly sunny in most places. Highs will be in the 50s along the coast and in the 60s to near 70 well inland and west.

At least we have enjoyed a nice dry stretch but that ends Tuesday as a cold front approaches with the chance for some showers. It doesn’t look like a big deal rain wise. The front will stall temporarily and allow for a wave to develop Tuesday night. With that we get a short round of rain. Tuesday’s highs will be mostly in the 60s.

Wednesday through Friday another shot of cool air comes down out of Canada and that will make for cool second half of the week. The atmosphere will be somewhat unstable so I’m thinking a mix of sun and clouds is the outcome each day. There will be the chance for the odd instability pop up shower but I think most of those will be well inland and north. Highs each day will be in the upper 50s and lower 60s. An early look at next weekend shows a chilly high building into the Middle Atlantic states keeping temperatures below average. Next Sunday we may have to consider the next round of rain. As far as sustained warmth is concerned, that is not happening anytime soon as the pattern remains cool for the Northeast and Mid Atlantic states until further notice.

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