AUTUMN CHILL IN THE AIR..SHOWERS END, SOME SUN PM
FROST ADVISORY NORTHWEST NEW JERSEY, PARTS OF HUDSON VALLEY NW CONNECTICUT
ANOTHER FRONT ARRIVES SHOWERS ON MONDAY
We have showers moving through this morning as an upper air disturbance goes by. Behind the disturbance is a re-enforcing surge of chilly air and that sets us up for some frost inland of the coast. Sunday morning lows will be in the 30s in many areas and even the warmer urban centers will see readings down close to 40. Frost Advisories, the first of the season are up for much of the interior areas north and north west of the coast.
Looking at the satellite loop the disturbance is moving along from west to east and it is doing it at a rather fast clip. Dry air is starting to come in on the back side of this in Western Pennsylvania and we should start to see the clouds break up around midday to early afternoon from west to east.
Radars are showing showers mostly on the light side though there are a few moderate patches in there moving along to the east at a quick pace. The western edge is approaching the coast and this should all be ending shortly.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
Sunday will be a cool day with some sunshine and high clouds. High temperatures will be in the upper 50s and lower 60s. The next cold front arrives on Monday with the chance for some showers later in the day. Highs will be in the low to mid 60s.
That front goes by and in comes another surge of chilly Canadian Air for Tuesday and Wednesday. In fact that is the pattern for us going forward for all of this week and next weekend. An even stronger push of cold air comes in next weekend on the long range. Take a look at the temperature anomaly map for next Sunday.
We are talking temperatures running 10 or more degrees below average and it will be cold enough to produce widespread frosts and even the first freezes (depending on what the wind conditions will be) next Monday. Widespread lows in the 30s and 20s will be all over the place in the Northeast and Middle Atlantic states.
The overall pattern for the Eastern US is a cold one so you can forget about the tropical warmth and humidity coming back anytime soon, if at all for the rest of this month. If this pattern holds into November do not be shocked if we wind up seeing some early snowflakes flying around. It seems that unlike the last few years where summer held on well into the Autumn season, this year will be different.
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