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Warm Weather Continues Maria Moving Northward

Warm Weather Continues Maria Moving Northward

warm weather maria

Warm Weather Continues Maria Moving Northward

Another day of near record high temperatures across the Northeast & Middle Atlantic States. Summer is holding on tough and we will see a couple of more days of this but temperatures will begin to moderate a bit from here as an ocean wind comes into play. Temperatures this afternoon hit 90 degreesi in many inland areas and we still see temperatures near 90 here at 4pm. But there are areas of relief to be found such as Long Island and parts of Southern New England as the sea breeze is working. The ocean water temperatures have been cooled down by all the upwelling from the hurricanes of the last 3 weeks and we are almost as cool as a late June ocean with water temperatures in the 60s in some areas offshore.

SATELLITE LOOP

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Hurricane Maria & tiny Hurricane Lee are present on the satellite. Maria of course is front and center off the Carolina coast and still moving northward. Tropical Storm Warnings are up for the Outer Banks of North Carolina. There has been no real change in the outlook for Maria. It will make a close pass but remain offshore and then move to the east northeast. Cooler air returns our neck of the woods beginning on Thursday as the upper air pattern changes and the ridge of high pressure aloft in the Eastern US breaks down.

REGIONAL RADAR

storm free

LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY

storm free

LOCAL RADAR PHILADELPHIA
storm free

i don’t see any meaningful rainfall over the next several days. Tuesday we should see another warm day but temperatures should be about 5 degrees lower with the warmest spots reaching the low to middle 80s with 70s along the shore. Wednesday with Maria to the south and an onshore flow it should be mostly in the 70s with some clouds around. Then the front passes and we should cool down nicely for the end of the week.

TROPICS MAY GET ACTIVE AGAIN

Once Hurricane Maria moves out to sea and goes to the Atlantic Ocean hurricane graveyard and takes Hurricane Lee with it, we should see a bit of a short break however pressures across the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean and the Southwest Atlantic east of Florida will remain low so don’t be too surprised if as we move into the first week of October that one or possibly 2 more storms pop up some where in the above mentioned areas.

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