Severe Weather Ends Warm Summer Weekend Solar Eclipse Monday
Severe Weather Ends Warm Summer Weekend
Solar Eclipse Monday
Severe weather is now ending from west to east across the area as thunderstorms continue to move eastward and weaken. Before too long we will jsut be dealing with leftover clouds and warm humid conditions overnight with temperatures in the upper 60s and lower 70s. The satellite loop shows dry air moving in from the west and this should start the weekend off on a good note with no worse than partly sunny skies on Saturday with temperatures in the mid 80s to near 90 in some places. There won’t be much of a sea breeze so even shore locations will be very warm with high temperatures at the shore well up into the 80s.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
Saturday night another upper air disturbance will be swinging through There could be some downpours and thunderstorms in Northeastern Pennsylvania Saturday afternoon but they will weaken and shift well north Saturday night so I don’t anticipate any issues there. Sunday looks bright and sunny with highs again in the mid 80s to near 90
SOLAR ECLIPSE WEATHER MONDAY
Monday looks like a very good day and 70 to 80 percent of the sky should be free of clouds for the partial eclipse that we will see here. Dark areas on the map show where skies should me mostly clear at 2pm Saturday and we are sitting in a good spot. Some patchy clouds do show up inland. Remember it just takes one cloud in the wrong spot to ruin your view of the solar eclipse. For our area we will see 70-80% coverage. Clouds in the southeast will be an issue in South Carolina which is in the path of totality.The Northwest US looks best with clear skies forecast.