Sunshine Next 3 Days Rain Over The Weekend
Overnight rains have moved out to the east and dry air has come in behind a cold front. We are looking good for the next 3 days overall. High pressure is building into the Middle Atlantic States over the next 3 days. This is going to bring us lots of sunshine today. Temperatures overnight didn’t fall very much so we are looking at highs today reaching the middle to upper 60s.
Regional and local radars show that the rain from overnight is well offshore and we have no rain showing up anywhere to the west and south. Radars are going to take a break for the next couple of days.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
LOCAL RADAR PHILADELPHIA
Tonight should be nice and clear with lows by morning in the 30s inland north and west of warmer urban centers and coastal areas. Lows there will be in the low to mid 40s. Sunshine is back for Thursday from start to finish with highs again mostly in the 60s.
Friday we have a weak frontal boundary to the northwest of us which will take some clouds to our north while we are also seeing low pressure coming out of the Gulf of Mexico which will bring clouds to our south so we should sit nicely Friday with sunshine and highs in the 60s. However the weekend brings issues as this low heads northeastward with an area of rain.
There is really nothing overly special about this low with upper support on the weak side but moisture will be there for a solid period of rain. Clouds increase Friday night into Saturday. Rain develops from south to north Saturday afternoon and lasts at least through early Sunday. The rain moves out and we should see leftover clouds Sunday afternoon. Between the clouds and the rain temperatures are going to have a bit of tough time over the weekend with most highs in the 50s to near 60.
Next week will bring another cold front through here around midweek as we set up for brief shot of chilly air coming down from Canada. Monday will be dry with some sunshine and clouds with highs into the 60s. Another front with another wave will arrive later Tuesday into Wednesday with the chance for some rain and then chilly air follows for the end of next week which includes Halloween. The upper pattern longer term doesn’t look overly exciting one way or the other as we start the month of November.
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