Wind Advisory Today Gusts Over 40 MPH Wind Machine Eases Tonight

Wind Advisory Today Gusts Over 40 MPH Wind Machine Eases Tonight

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Wind Advisory Today Gusts Over 40 MPH Wind Machine Eases Tonight

The wind machine is howling this morning across the Northeast US from Northern New Jersey through New England. Wind Advisories are up for this area with High Wind Warnings posted for parts of Upstate NY and Central New England. There are no advisories for areas south and west of NYC.

Winds in the advisory zone will gust over 40 mph into this afternoon and in the high wind warning area winds will gust 50 mph or more at times. Strong winds should begin to ease from west to east during the afternoon and evening.

Areas to the southwest of the advisory zone will see more reasonable wind gusts of 20 to 35 mph this morning and then those wind gusts will start to ease this afternoon. All of this comes on a day where we see some sunshine. Temperatures this afternoon should top out in the 50s.

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Skies should be mostly clear tonight across the Northeast and Northern Mid Atantic states. Most lows will be in the 30s. Tuesday remains the best weather day this week. We should see plenty of sunshine and not much wind (for a change) and highs reaching the low and middle 60s.

This system should produce another 3/4 inch to an inch or so of rain into Thursday morning. Well inland in Northern Pennsylvania northward into Central New England a change to wet snow is likely with a few slushy inches possible, especially in elevated areas over 1500 feet. Otherwise it is windy later Thursday into Friday and much colder. We will go from 60s Wednesday to 40s Thursday and Friday. Some sunshine returns Friday with most highs just in the low to mid 40s. Easter weekend looks dry and it appears we could see temperatures moderate especially by Easter Sunday.

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