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Winds Temps Drop Chance Snow Wednesday Night
It was a warm start to 2019 with a March feel to the day. Temperatures topped in the upper low 60s in many areas this morning, the wind was busy for much of the day. Now we are beginning to see colder air moving southward from Eastern Canada and upstate New York. We should see our weather revert to typical early January weather as skies try to clear out tonight. Yesterday’s storm system is to the northeast and the cold front that came through is now stalling out to our south. Temperatures by morning should drop into the mid 20s to lower 30s in most places.
Radars have gone silent and they will remain quiet through Wednesday evening. Wednesday during the day should be nice and sunny with just some high clouds later in the afternoon. Highs will be mostly in the 30s to around 40 in the warmest urban centers.
Wednesday night into Thursday morning we see two weather systems in play. First is the weather front from yesterday’s storm system which is stalled out over the Carolinas. A wave develops on that front and heads offshore east northeastward. At the same time a system in the northern part of the jet stream is coming down. While that will energize that coastal low it seems that it would be too little too late for any big issues snow wise here. However we could see a period of snow or mixed precipitation out of this during the early morning hours Thursday until daybreak or so. It will be cold enough for a light coating of snow inland..maybe a mix along the coast or just plain rain..even a touch of freezing rain is not impossible.
Unless we get a surprise where the northern stream energy gets more involved with the coastal low, this should be a non event. Later Thursday look for some sunshine with highs in the 40s. Friday looks nice and sunny with highs in the 40s. Then another low from the Southern Plains will move toward us with a chilly rain Saturday into Saturday night followed by a dry mild Sunday.
Longer range some big changes are underway in the highest levels of the atmosphere and JOESTRADAMUS has more on this in his latest long range post.
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