Warm, Bright Columbus Day…

 

Synopsis:

A few showers are possible this evening and tonight as a disturbance moves up the Piedmont. The best chance is along the coast.

Columbus Day will be a winner with plenty of sun and readings well above the average high of 65º. Tuesday feature wall to wall sunshine and more seasonal readings. High pressure will dominate both days.

Low pressure will move toward the region on Wednesday. Rain will develop by midday. The low will deepen rapidly at our latitude and move just up and off the coast. A period of heavy rain is possible for the second half of the day. Winds may be gusty along the coast.

As the storm moves into Eastern New England we’ll dry out but winds will be strong out of the Northwest. Highs may remain in the 50s.

Friday will be chilly with a cool pool of air over the Northeast in the wake of the departing low. Winds will be diminishing.

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Tonight:

Mostly cloudy. A few sp0tty showers especially by the coast. Lows in the mid to upper 50s in the City, the 40s inland.. Light winds.

Monday (Columbus Day):

Mostly sunny. Warm. Highs in the lower 70s. Winds becoming West to Southwest at 5-10mph.

Tuesday:

Sunny. Highs in the mid 60s.

Wednesday:

Rain developing by midday. The rain could be heavy at times later in the afternoon. Highs in the mid 60s.

Thursday:

Sun and clouds. Windy and cooler. Highs in the upper 50s.

Friday:

Sun and clouds. Breezy and chilly. Highs in the upper 50s.

Sun-Filled Sunday…

 

Synopsis:

Today will be spectacular with abundant sun as high pressure moves toward the region. Seasonal highs in the mid 60s are expected. A few showers are possible during the evening and at night as a disturbance moves up the Piedmont.

Columbus Day will be a winner with plenty of sun and readings near 70º. Tuesday feature wall to wall sunshine. High pressure will dominate both days.

Low pressure will move toward the region on Wednesday. Rain will develop during the day.

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Keep it here for a no nonsense, no hype forecast.

Today:

Mostly sunny.  Highs in the mid 60s. North to Southeast winds at 5mph.

Tonight:

Mostly cloudy. A few sp0tty showers especially by the coast. Lows in the mid to upper 50s in the City, the 40s inland.. Light winds.

Monday (Columbus Day):

Mostly sunny. Warm. Highs near 70º.

Tuesday:

Sunny. Highs in the mid 60s.

Wednesday:

Rain developing. Highs in the mid 60s.

Thursday:

Sun and clouds. Windy and cooler. Highs in the upper 50s.

Decent Weekend…

 

Synopsis:

The weekend looks decent as high pressure builds over the Eastern States. Any morning clouds will give way to a mix of sun and clouds today. Sunday will be spectacular with abundant sun. A few showers are possible during the evening and at night as a disturbance moves up the Piedmont. Highs both days will be seasonal in the mid 60s.

Columbus Day will be a winner with plenty of sun and readings near 70º.

Tuesday feature wall to wall sunshine.

Low pressure will move toward the region on Wednesday. Rain will develop during the day.

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Keep it here for a no nonsense, no hype forecast.

Today:

Sun and clouds. Highs in the mid to upper 60s. Northwest winds at 5-10mph.

Tonight:

Mostly clear. Lows in the mid 50s in the City, the 40s inland.. Northwest winds at 5-10mph.

Sunday:

Mostly sunny.  Highs in the mid 60s.

Monday (Columbus Day):

Mostly sunny. Warm. Highs near 70º.

Tuesday:

Sunny. Highs in the mid 60s.

Wednesday:

Rain developing. Highs in the mid 60s.

Sun to Clouds Today Spotty Showers East. Breezy…

 

Synopsis:

The ocean storm that flirted with the region the last 2 days will continue to move slowly away from the region today. High pressure over Eastern Canada has protected the region from the storm’s wrath. Sunshine will give way to clouds as the storm’s cloud shield works West. A few spotty showers are possible over Eastern areas.

Coastal flooding remains a concern. Those areas that are most vulnerable to tidal flooding should be on alert. Tides may run up to 2′-3′ above normal.

The weekend looks decent as high pressure builds over the Eastern States. A mix of sun and clouds and near seasonal readings, which is in the mid 60s is anticipated. Sunday is the pick day.

Columbus Day will be a winner with plenty of sun and readings near 70º.

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Keep it here for a no nonsense, no hype forecast.

Today:

Sunshine giving way to clouds. A few spotty showers out East. Breezy. Highs in the lower 60s. North winds 10-20mph with higher gusts.

Tonight:

Mostly cloudy.  Lows in the lower 50s in the City, the upper 40s inland.. North winds diminishing to 8-12mph.

Saturday:

Morning clouds giving way to some afternoon sun. Highs in the mid to upper 60s.

Sunday:

Mostly sunny. Highs in the upper 60s.

Monday (Columbus Day):

Mostly sunny. Highs near 70º.

Tuesday:

Sunny. Highs in the upper 60s.

Ocean Storm Affect’s Mainly at the Coast & Eastern Areas…

 

Synopsis:

Two systems will influence our weather through tomorrow. A low in the Western Atlantic and high pressure over Southeastern Canada.

It looks like enough dry area will work in from the North from the Canadian high to keep much of the day dry today, especially from the NYC vicinity and to the West. In fact, the sun may shine from time to time. Eastern sections will be in and out of the rain. This rain shield will creep back towards the City later in the day.

The ocean storm will be at it’s closest proximity to our area (about 150 Southeast of Eastern Long Island) late this afternoon. There will be a strong pressure gradient between the high and the low. This will result in windy conditions both Thursday and Friday. The steadiest rain and highest winds look to be over Eastern Long Island and Eastern Connecticut. Peak winds will occur later this afternoon. Gusts around 55mph are possible over Eastern Long Island. Winds will gust between 30-45mph over the rest of the tri-state coastal area. The second map above is the 3KM NAM model for winds late day Thursday. This is the most robust model with wind. The third map is the GFS model which isn’t quite as strong with the gusts.

Coastal flooding is a concern today and Friday. Those areas that are most vulnerable to tidal flooding should be on alert. Tides may run up to 3′ above normal.

The storm will slowly drift to the South and then out to sea later Friday. Spot showers are possible. The sun may try to shine from time to time.

The weekend looks decent with a mix of sun and clouds and near seasonal readings, which is in the mid 60s. Sunday is the pick day.

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Keep it here for a no nonsense, no hype forecast.

Today:

Mostly cloudy. Mainly dry West of the City with times of sun. Rain should be confined to Eastern areas. Windy. Highs in the upper 50s to lower 60s. North winds at 15-30mph with gusts to 35-55mph along the coast and over Long Island.

Tonight:

Mostly cloudy. On and off rain. Breezy. Lows in the 40s throughout. North winds at 15-25mph with higher gusts at the coast.

Friday:

Mostly cloudy with a few spotty showers. Windy. Highs in the lower 60s.

Saturday:

Morning clouds giving way to some afternoon sun. Highs in the mid to upper 60s.

Sunday:

Mostly sunny. Highs in the upper 60s.

Monday (Columbus Day):

Mostly sunny. Highs near 70º.

Raw Wednesday. On & Off Rain, Breezy & Cool…

 

Synopsis:

Two systems will influence our weather through Friday. A low in the Western Atlantic and high pressure over Southeastern Canada. Confidence in the forecast has now increased as time closes in on the event.

On and off rain will be with us for today as the Atlantic storm throws moisture well ahead of it. It’ll be breezy.

It looks like enough dry area will work in from the North from the Canadian high to keep much of the day dry on Thursday, especially from the NYC vicinity and to the West. Eastern sections may stay in the rain shield the majority of the day.

The models now take the storm between 100 to 200 miles Southeast of Montauk Point Late Thursday. This will be it’s closest proximity to our area. There will be a strong pressure gradient between the high and the low. This will result in windy conditions both Thursday and Friday. The heaviest rain and highest winds look to be over Eastern Long Island and Eastern Connecticut. Gusts around 50mph are possible. Winds will gust between 30-45mph over the rest of the tri-state coastal area. The heaviest rain will also be over Eastern sections with 1″-3″ of rain possible. Lighter amounts will fall in the City and to the West.

Coastal flooding is a concern Thursday and Friday. Those areas that are most vulnerable to tidal flooding should be on alert.

The storm will slowly drift to the South and then out to sea later Friday. Any rain Friday morning will taper off.

The weekend looks decent with a mix of sun and clouds and near seasonal readings, which is in the mid 60s.

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Today:

Cloudy with on and off rain. Much cooler and breezy. Highs in the upper 50s. Northeast winds at 15-25mph.

Tonight:

Mostly cloudy, a few spotty showers are possible. Breezy. Lows in the 40s throughout. North winds at 15-25mph with higher gusts at the coast.

Thursday:

Mostly cloudy. Rain should be confined to Eastern areas. Windy. Highs in the upper 50s.

Friday:

Rain. Tapering off from West to East. Windy. Highs in the lower 60s.

Saturday:

Morning clouds giving way to afternoon sun. Highs in the mid to upper 60s.

Sunday:

Partly sunny. Highs in the upper 60s.

Sct’d AM Showers. Sun Battles to Make PM Appearance…

 

Synopsis:

High pressure will work in from Southeastern Canada today. Any morning clouds and spotty showers will give way to some sun. Seasonal temperatures are expected.

A low in the Western Atlantic continues to play havoc with meteorologists for mid and late week. I am more confident now that on and off rain will be with us for Wednesday as the storm throws moisture well ahead of it.  The models then are all over the place with its placement and track of this storm Thursday and Friday. The GFS model has virtually little to no rain over the region with the low farther offshore. The European is more robust. This model brings steady and heavier rains and high winds into the region Thursday into a part of Friday, especially for the coast. It’s a tough call. Just be aware that the potential is there for stormy conditions late week. This is no way etched in stone. Check back with JMW for the very latest.

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Today:

AM Clouds and spotty showers to some sun. Highs in the mid to upper 60s. Northeast winds at 10-15mph.

Tonight:

Mostly cloudy and cool. Lows in the lower 50s in the City, the 40s inland. North winds at 10-15mph.

 Wednesday:

Cloudy with on and off rain. Much cooler and breezy. Highs in the upper 50s.

Thursday:

Mostly cloudy. Potential for showers or a period of rain. Windy. Highs in the mid 60s.

Friday:

Mostly cloudy. Potential for showers or a period of rain. Windy. Highs in the mid 60s.

Saturday:

Morning clouds giving way to afternoon sun. Highs in the mid to upper 60s.

Warmer, Damp Start to the Workweek…

 

Synopsis:

A front will work in from the west slowly today. Scattered showers are possible just about any time, but the best chance will be later in the day. It’ll be warm. The sun may shine from time to time. A period of rain is likely tonight with the passage of the front.

High pressure will work in from Southeastern Canada on Tuesday. Any morning clouds and coastal showers will give way to some sun. Seasonal temperatures are expected.

A low in the Western Atlantic has to be monitored for mid to late week. The models are all over the place with its placement and track. If the storm’s rain shield moves far enough West showers or a period of rain is likely Wednesday through Friday. This is no way etched in stone, but the potential is there. It could very well be dry with plenty of sun. The uncertainly continues. Check back with JMW for the very latest.

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Today:

Mostly cloudy with scattered showers, best chance is later in the day and at night. Warm. Highs in the mid 70s. Southwest winds at 10-20mph.

Tonight:

Periods of rain. Cooler and less humid. Lows in the mid 50s in the City, the upper 40s inland. North winds at 8-12mph.

Tuesday:

Clouds to sun. Highs in the upper 60s.

Wednesday:

Mostly cloudy. Potential for showers or a period of rain. Highs in the mid 60s.

Thursday:

Mostly cloudy. Potential for showers or a period of rain. Highs in the mid 60s.

Friday:

Mostly cloudy. Potential for showers or a period of rain. Highs in the mid 60s.

Greyer, Milder Sunday. Spot PM Shower…

 

Synopsis:

Today will be milder as high pressure slips offshore and a Southwesterly flow develops. It will be mainly cloudy. A few spotty afternoon showers are possible.

A front will work in from the west slowly Monday. Showers are possible just about any time. It’ll be warm.

High pressure will work in from the Midwest for Tuesday. Seasonal temperatures and no rain is expected at this time. An ocean low will develop in the Western Atlantic for mid to late week. The models are all over the place with its placement and track. If the storm’s rain shield moves far enough West showers or a period of rain is likely Wednesday and Thursday. This is no way etched in stone, but the potential is there. Continue to check back with JMW for the very latest.

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Keep it here for a no nonsense, no hype forecast.

Today:

Mostly cloudy and milder. A few spotty afternoon showers are possible. Highs in the upper 60s. Southeast to South winds at 8-12mph.

Tonight:

Mostly cloudy with spotty showers. Lows in the lower to mid 60s in the City throughout. South winds at 5-10mph.

Monday:

Mostly cloudy with scattered showers, best chance is later in the day and at night. Warm. Highs in the lower to mid 70s.

Tuesday:

Partly sunny. Highs in the upper 60s.

Wednesday:

Mostly cloudy. Potential for showers or a period of rain. Highs in the mid 60s.

Thursday:

Mostly cloudy. Potential for showers or a period of rain. Highs in the mid 60s.

Bright, Windy Friday. Cool. Fine Fall Weekend…

 

Frost & Freeze Alerts are up for tonight North & West of the City.

Synopsis:

High pressure over Eastern Canada will deliver mainly sunny, cool conditions for today. It will be windy with gusts between 30-35mph. Definitely a nip in the air. Tonight will be the coldest night of the season so far. Readings will drop into the 30s inland. A frost and or freeze may occur in the sheltered valleys over the far Northwestern valleys.

Saturday will be stellar with wall to wall crisp sunshine.

Sunday will be milder as the high slips offshore and a Southwesterly flow develops.

Showers are possible Monday as a front works in. It will be warm.

Stay Tuned.

Keep it here for a no nonsense, no hype forecast.

Today:

Mostly sunny, cool and windy. Highs in the mid 60s. Northwest winds at 15-35mph.

Tonight:

Clear and cold. Lows in the mid 40s in the City, the 30s inland. North winds diminishing to 5-10mph.

Saturday:

Sunny and cool. Highs only near 60º.

Sunday:

Partly sunny and milder. Highs in the lower 70s.

Monday:

Mostly cloudy with scattered showers. Warm. Highs in the mid 70s.

Tuesday:

Mostly sunny. More seasonal. Highs in the upper 60s.