Week Ahead Weather Cold Fronts Shower Chances

Week Ahead Weather Cold Fronts Shower Chances

Week Ahead Weather Cold Fronts Shower Chances

A quick shot of dry air is moving in tonight and for Monday. We saw some pop up showers and thunderstorms today as a “dry line” moved southward. Lower humidity will move in tonight as skies clear with temperatures settling in the 60s to near 70. It is a quiet end to a mostly quiet weekend for most. Thunderstorms will not be an issue on Monday.

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REGIONAL RADAR

storm free

Regional and local radars are showing a few isolated thunderstorms still dotting the radars this evening but they will be disappearing shortly. Widespread thunderstorms are in Eastern North Carolina as it is dealing with a passing front and a frontal boundary that is set up offshore.

LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY

storm free

LOCAL RADAR PHILADELPHIA storm free

Monday should be a nice day with sunshine and relatively low humidity with highs reaching 80 to 85 in most places. The frontal boundary to the south will be active with a wave developing on it. Humidity will be rising Monday night and Tuesday. There could be a few pop up showers or a thunderstorm Tuesday along with some sunshine with highs in the 80s. The next cold front approaches on Wednesday

Week Ahead Weather Cold Fronts Shower Chances

With rising dew points and a strong short wave trough in the upper air will produce some thunderstorms late in the day Wednesday into Wednesday night. I think there is the risk of severe weather with this front. Highs will be in the 80s. A second front follows Thursday night. This front probably won’t have much with it. Look for clouds and sun Thursday with highs in the 80s.

Week Ahead Weather Cold Fronts Shower Chances

The second front will have a nice dry high behind it and that should bring a very nice air mass into the East toward the end of next week and into next weekend.

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