RAIN MOVES OUT LATER THIS MORNING
STRONG GUSTY WINDS TO 40 MPH OR MORE THIS AFTERNOON
DRY SUNDAY, CLOUDS RETURN SOME LIGHT RAIN DRIZZLE MONDAY
The cold front that brought some heavy rains overnight will be shifting eastward this morning as a wave of low pressure strengthens over New England. The tightening pressure gradient will create strong wind gusts this afternoon to 40 mph or more from Southern New Jersey northeastward through New England. We should see some sunshine break through the clouds later today. Temperatures will settle in the 50s during the afternoon as cooler air comes in on the back side of the cold front.
Clouds on the satellite loop are beginning to slide eastward as the front passes offshore. Weather conditions will improve skywise later today and skies should clear out tonight. Sunday morning lows will be in the mid 30s to lower 40s. Winds will be diminishing as the night wears on.
Look for radars to show improvement as we move through the morning and all the rain moves away offshore and to the northeast. No rain is forecast for tonight or Sunday. We should see some sunshine Sunday morning but clouds will begin to arrive later in the day as an onshore flow begins to take hold over the northeast into the Middle Atlantic states.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
Monday starts the next march to another strong cold front that will arrive Tuesday night. Monday we will see cloudy skies with some light rain or drizzle possible and even a few passing showers can’t be ruled out due to the onshore flow. Temperatures will reach the upper 50s and lower 60s. Tuesday will be a warm day with highs into the 60s. Showers will arrive late Tuesday or Tuesday night as a strong storm heads to the Great Lakes. Wednesday with the front passing through we will see showers end early followed by some sun with early highs in the 60s before colder air moves in. Thursday looks dry with some sunshine and highs will be back in the 50s. Another front with more showers will arrive on Friday.
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