Showery Rains As Storm Moves Into Southeast Canada, Breezy Colder Tonight Sunday Into Next Week

Showery Rains As Storm Moves Into Southeast Canada,

Breezy Colder Tonight Sunday Into Next Week

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Showery Rains As Storm Moves Into Southeast Canada,

Breezy Colder Tonight Sunday Into Next Week

Showery rains are the story for this Saturday. We begin with low pressure developing offshore today as we can see on satellite and radar loops. This system has formed from a non tropical low off the Carolinas and has now absorbed Tropical Storm Philippe. The resulting low will head northward into the Gulf of Maine with wind and rain for Eaastern New England. The cold front will push east today and we will see lines of showers moving through all day long with some breaks in between.

There is still plenty of warm air around today in Eastern Pensylvania to Southern New England so look for temperatures to top out in the upper 60s and lower 70s until the cold front passes. That may not happen until sometime during the afternoon when winds will start to shft to northwest and we begin to see temperatures ease into the upper 50s and lower 60s by this evening.

We do have Flood Watches up for the Northeastern Counties of New Jersey, the Lower Hudson Valley, New York City extending east into Nassau county on Long Island. Heavy rainfalls of a week ago have left the ground saturated and the forecast for local rainfall amounts of 1 to as much as 2 inches in this area would be enough to cause localized flooding.

Rainfall amounts overall will be variable with most places getting between 1/3 and 2/3 of an inch of rain which should be manageable. Once the front passes we will have breeze conditions this evening and overnight as skies partially clear. Lows by Sunday morning will be in the 40s to around 50 degrees.

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Sunday we have low pressure that will be moving into Southeastern Canada. We will have a cold and rather unstable air mass over the Northeast so that will likely create self destructive sunshine Sunday, a gusty wind, and the chance for a passing light shower or two. Sunday will be a chilly day with highs just in the 50s to around 60 degrees.

This is going to be a rather chilly weather set up for the week ahead and completely opposite of last week. After a Sunday night of temperatures in the 40s to near 50, Monday Columbus Day will feature sunshine through developing clouds again along with the risk for a passing brief shower. Highs Monday will be in the 50s to around 60. Most places will be running about 5 degrees or so below average.

We will likely see temperatures come up into the 60s Tuesday with a mix of sun and clouds. A cold front might set off a few late day showers. Behind the front we will see a slight re-enforcement of the cooler weather pattern with some sunshine and clouds Wednesday and Thursday. Highs both days will be in the 60s. Late week and next weekend will hinge on the next storm system and cold front that will be sweeping across the Midwest and Eastern US. Weather models vary on how this plays out with more pessmistic outcomes being generated by some models. This will be the forecast challenge for the week ahead but right now it seems that at least one of the two days of next weekend will be at risk.

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