The Weekend Brings Nice Weather Overall Warmer Saturday Cooler Sunday

The Weekend Brings Nice Weather Overall Warmer Saturday Cooler Sunday

The Weekend Brings Nice Weather Overall Warmer Saturday Cooler Sunday

Yesterday’s surprisingly active late day cold front has ushered in the next shot of cooler air as our spectacular September continues. Skies are clear in the Northeast and the Middle Atlantic states with the front well offshore. Today is a beautiful day of wall to wall sunshine and highs that will be mostly in the 70s. It is another day among so many days this month where the weather has been nothing short of perfect. Satellites are quiet and clear as are the radars.

SATELLITE

storm free

 

REGIONAL RADAR

storm free

This high moves out tonight so we will have clear skies with most lows in the 50s to lower 60s. This leads us to a warm up Saturday with sunshine to start the day giving way to partly sunny skies and then eventually mostly cloudy by late in the day. The next cold front will move through Saturday evening and there could be on or two scattered showers with that front and then it pushes to the south rather the quickly.

Sunday we will be back to sunshine with a cool northeast flow developing. There might be a few patchy clouds in the mix from Southern New Jersey southward while most other places will be mostly sunny. Highs will be in the 70s. We will still be holding on to the onshore flow  Monday at least for awhile before winds start to bend around to the south and then southwest. Skies should be partly sunny Monday with highs in the upper 70s to lower 80s. Tuesday and Wednesday will be very warm days with sunshine and highs will be in the 80s. We see another cold front arriving later next week though models differ on the timing. Either way we get to very cool air and a pattern change. The pattern change will be pushed along by Hurricane Lorenzo when it heads up into the North Atlantic. We will discuss these other long range issues later today.

 

MANY THANKS TO TROPICAL TIDBITS FOR THE USE OF MAPS

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