Warm Thursday Friday Colder Weekend Next Week Not Much Rain Short Range

Warm Thursday Friday Colder Weekend Next Week Not Much Rain Short Range

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Warm Thursday Friday Colder Weekend Next Week Not Much Rain Short Range

Today will be different than yesterday thanks to a 40 degree adjustment to the wind direction. Instead of winds from the south southeast, the winds will be from the south southwest. This cuts off the ocean influence to a large degree and temperatures will be higher today. Now if we get enough sunshine, temperatures  could outperform the forecast highs by several degrees.

There were some clouds last night over the Ohio Valley that extended southward into the Southeast US due to a weak trough moving east and we will see these clouds shift eastward this morning. Temperatures overnight didn’t go anywhere so nothing seems to stop us from getting to 70 or better from NYC west and south while to the east 60s should work. 50s or even 40s will be confined to the immediate coast.

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Radars are showing just a few areas of scattered light showers moving from west to east in Upstate NY and Pennsylvania. They should fall apart long before they get anywhere close to our area.

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Winds tonight will actually bend more west southwest ahead of a weak cold front that moves through Friday morning. Temperatures overnight will go nowhere and hold in the 50s to near 60 in most places. The front passes Friday morning with nothing more than a passing brief shower.

Clouds will give way to sunshine later Friday with temperatures in the 60s. Colder air returns for the weekend in stairstep fashion as high pressure comes down from Central Canada. Saturday’s highs will be in the 40s to near 50. Sunday’s highs will be mostly in the 40s. Monday’s highs will be in the upper 30s and lower 40s. All three days should be dry and feature some sunshine though on Monday we will likely see high clouds holding temperatures down.

A powerful snow storm will bring snow of 1 to 2 feet for parts of Colorado, Wyoming, and Western Nebraska over the weekend. This storm will move eastward and weaken as it reaches the Mid Atlantic Monday night and Tuesday. We see models showing a weakening area of precipitation. It will likely put us in doom and gloom clouds with raw chilly conditions Tuesday and Wednesday and another low follows with a more widespread rain for Thursday. Through all of this next week, it is hard to see any kind of warm weather around here and in fact it will be quite the opposite of this week with below average temperatures. It won’t help that sunshine will be limited next week to Monday as the rest of the week looks like gloom and doom!

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