Sunshine Finally Returns More Rain Friday
Sunshine Finally Returns More Rain Friday
For most of the area we have seen very little sunshine since last Friday but now finally that back and forth warm front cold front game we were playing with the wind off the ocean is over with. The rains are done as well and we move on to the next 2 days which will feature plenty of sunshine and temperatures about where they should be for the last days of the month of March. Temperatures today will be in the mid 50s to near 60 and there will be a gusty breeze from the north northwest as high pressure builds in.
The satellite loop this morning shows nice dry air building down from the Great Lakes but it is also showing the next storm system moving across the Southern Plains. There is some severe weather with this going on this morning in East Texas and Oklahoma. To the east offshore is the deepening gale center that started east of the Bahamas. If you watch the loop this is a good example of gears in motion and how storms are lining up tracking mainly across the southern half. That pattern is forecast to continue through next week.
No need for the local radars today since they will be quiet into Thursday night. Skies tonight will be clear with most lows in the 30s. Thursday will be mostly sunny with highs in the 50s.
Friday starts the next round of weather issues with low pressure noted above in the Southern Plains makes its way east to the Ohio Valley and redevelops off the Maryland coast. For much of our area it sets up well for a cold rain and a raw northeast wind and temperatures just into the 40s. However areas to the north and northeast of the coast especially for New England north of Route 84 and parts of upstate NY this could be a heavy wet snow producer especially in elevation driven areas. Some weather models have the southern flank of the snow shield down to the coast however I believe this is way overdone and not an issue for anyone from the Lower Hudson Valley and Northern New Jersey, Connecticut south of Route 84…southward. Other than some sleet it is mostly rain and it will be a decent 1 to 2 inch rainfall for most areas. Rain should continue into Saturday morning before this storm pulls away to the northeast. Weather conditions improve later Saturday and Sunday looks good with lots of sun and temperatures in the 50s. Monday looks dry followed by another storm system and more rain next Tuesday.
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