Showers Monday Ahead of Next Cold Front
Colder Air Arrives Midweek
Two cold fronts are in the cards for this work week. The first arrives on Monday so ahead of it clouds are going to be moving in tonight. That means temperatures won’t drop as low as they were this morning and will probably hold mostly in the 50s overnight though some 40s are likely before clouds take over and stop the temperatures from dropping further. We don’t expect any showers overnight but some showers will be developing around the area on the radar around daybreak.
For now radars are relatively quiet though we can see a few showers popping up on the regional radar west and south of us for the time being.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
Monday morning during the commute a few showers will develop but they should be scattered in nature and not particularly troublesome. Later in the day showers will become more numerous as the front approaches. Temperatures will top out in the 60s before the front moves through.
Showers will last into Monday night before they end early Tuesday morning before daybreak. Tuesday will feature a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the upper 50s to lower 60s. The second front arrives on Wednesday with a re-enforcing surge of colder air. Wednesday we will have clouds with some breaks of sun and chance for a rain shower. Most highs will be in the 50s to near 60 before we drop to another night of chilly temperatures. Thursday morning lows will be in the 30s to near 40. There will be another chance for frost inland Thursday morning.
Notice that some 20s start appearing well inland so look for the first freeze warnings are likely to go up inland Wednesday night. The chilly pattern continues into next weekend with another cold front and an even stronger push of cold air coming. JOESTRADAMUS will address this in his long range post.
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