Welcome to Spring Temperatures Rise Next Few Days
Rain Chances Mid & Late Week
The non-winter winter, is over with and now begins the annual season that is whined about the most and that is spring. After years and years of having springs that somehow do not match up fairytale images of warm sunny days with fields of flowers blooming everywhere, the whining chime of “Where’s spring? begin today and will last into June. With that in mind we have today a not to shabby start to the new season with temperatures bouncing a little higher this afternoon with sunshine. Highs will be in the upper 40s to around or just over 50 in some places. We should see plenty of sunshine and no issues on the radar today through Tuesday.
Cold high pressure will be moving offshore over the next couple of days which will allow temperatures to boun ce higher. Tuesday will likely be the best day of the week with plenty of sunshine, a nice warmer breeze, and high temperatures that should reach the upper 50s and lower 50s.
The dayside Wednesday should be on the warm side and it should also be dry. A cold front will be to our west and we will be sandwiched in between high pressure to the north and to the south. Either way it won’t change much regarding Wednesday. We will call it no worse than partly sunny with highs in upper 50s to lower 60s inland and lower 50s or even a few 40s along the coast, thanks to an ocean wind.
Wednesday night into Thursday night we have a cold front that will be appraoching but it doesn’t have much moisture with it. Yes there could be some scattered showers around from Eastern Pennsylvania to Southern New England and Long Island but it is conceivable that many people don’t see much until Thursday night into Friday morning when the front passes.
Should some sun get into the mix, Temperatures Thursday will be in the 60s to around 70 for highs away from the ocean and 50s along the coast. Rain late Thursday night into Friday morning will push southward leaving us in clouds and then a stronger storm tracks to the west bringing more rain late Friday night into Saturday afternoon with colder drier weather returning Saturday night and Sunday. Happy Spring and no whining!
MANY THANKS TO TROPICAL TIDBITS & F5 WEATHER FOR THE USE OF MAPS
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