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Wind Advisory Tonight Gusts to 40 mph More Volatility Ahead
In the wake of last night’s cold front and thunderstorms we have a strengthening storm in New England and high down in Tennessee so we have that tight pressure gradient again and we are blowing away this evening. Frequent wind gusts to 40 mph have been observed and the winds will continue to be strong and gusty into the early morning hours before they start to ease a bit toward day break. There is a bit of a chill in the air and lows by morning will be in the mid 30s to lower 40s with some partial clearing of skies. The satellite loop shows clouds still hanging close by this evening but they should break up somewhat overnight.
Showers from this morning are on the regional radar in Northern New England with some snow and rain showers going on in Upstate NY. This slowly pulls away to the northeast and we don’t see any issues overnight into Tuesday. Look for sunshine with some arriving afternoon clouds. Highs will reach into the 60s as the winds continue to ease.
The weather this week will not be easy to forecast. A frontal boundary will set up to our south and it will be sitting there into Thursday. Low pressure and a new storm will be coming out of the Plains and there will be another round of severe weather across the south later this week and in the East (including us) late Friday into Saturday morning.
Getting there will mean clouds and a few showers Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning. Clouds may try to get out of the way Wednesday only to come back with some showers Wednesday night into early Thursday. Highs Wednesday will reach into the 60s in most places. Thursday a strengthening southerly flow begins with lots of clouds. Highs will be in the 50s to near 60.
Friday we get the warm sector and some breaks of sunshine with highs reaching the 70s especially away from the ocean. Then we look for showers and thunderstorms Friday night into Saturday morning. The Storm Prediction Center has already put up a risk area in the Middle Atlantic States Friday into Saturday and I wouldn’t be surprised to see this area extended northward.
When the Storm Prediction Center puts up a risk area in its long range, you need to pay attention. The front and upper air trough will be lingering around for the Easter Weekend so clearing out will be a struggle and there is the chance for showers on both Saturday and Easter Sunday.
MANY THANKS TO TROPICAL TIDBITS FOR THE USE OF MAPS
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