Steady Rain Develops Mid to Late Morning Saturday. Heavy at Times…

 

Synopsis:

Increasing clouds are expected tonight as moisture works in from the South and West.

A broad area of low pressure will develop over the Ohio Valley and the Southern Mid-Atlantic on Saturday. As these lows move to the Northeast one main storm will form over the area. This is a warm solution, meaning rain and not snow. Steady rain will develop by mid to late morning with the exception being areas to the East of the City. The rain may not get going there until the afternoon and will be more scattered. The rain could be heavy at times Saturday with over an inch possible by evening. The second map above is the potential rainfall by Saturday evening.

The better half of the weekend will be Sunday as the storm pulls away. A mix of sun and clouds is expected with readings still above average.

Tranquil conditions will greet us for the the workweek with mild temperatures as we head through late January-our coldest time of the year climatologically.

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Tonight:

Increasing clouds. Lows in the mid 30s in the City, around 30º inland. East to Northeast winds at 8-12mph.

Saturday:

Rain. The rain will be heavy at times. Highs in the mid 40s.

Sunday:

Clouds and sun. Breezy. Highs in the mid 40s.

Monday:

Partly sunny. Mild. Highs in the mid 40s.

Tuesday:

Partly sunny. Highs in the lower 40s.

Wednesday:

Mostly sunny. Highs in the lower 40s.

Mild Close to the Week…

 

Synopsis:

Tranquil weather will close out the week as high pressure moves off  the Eastern seaboard. Temperatures will be at least ten degrees above the average high of 38º. A mix of clouds and sun is expected for today.

Increasing clouds are expected tonight as moisture works in from the South and West.

A broad area of low pressure will develop over the Ohio Valley and the Southern Mid-Atlantic on Saturday. As these lows move to the Northeast one main storm will form over the area. This is a warm solution, meaning rain and not snow. The rain could be heavy at times Saturday with over an inch possible by evening.

The better half of the weekend will be Sunday. A mix of sun and clouds is expected with readings still above average.

Tranquil conditions will greet us for the beginning of the workweek with mild temperatures as we head through late January-our coldest time of the year climatologically.

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Today:

Times of clouds and sun. Mild. Highs in the mid to upper 40s. Northeast to East winds at 5-10mph.

Tonight:

Increasing clouds. Lows in the mid 30s in the City, around 30º inland. East to Northeast winds at 8-12mph.

Saturday:

Rain. The rain will be heavy at times. Highs in the mid 40s.

Sunday:

Clouds and sun. Breezy. Highs in the mid 40s.

Monday:

Partly sunny. Mild. Highs in the mid 40s.

Tuesday:

Partly sunny. Highs in the lower 40s.

Bright & Milder Thursday…

 

Synopsis:

Tranquil weather will continue through Friday as high pressure moves off  the Eastern seaboard. A warmup will occur with a Southwest wind. Temperatures will be above the average high of the upper 30s. Today will be party sunny. By Friday more clouds will work into the region with moisture building in from the South and West.

A broad area of low pressure will develop over the Ohio Valley and the Southern Mid-Atlantic on Saturday. As these lows move to the Northeast one main storm will form over the area. There is only marginally cold air available so most of the precipitation will be rain. If any snow falls with this system it’ll be at the highest elevations of extreme Northwestern NJ and the Catskill, another yawn for snow lovers.

On the backside of the storm on Sunday skies will be mostly cloudy with scattered rain and or snow showers.

Tranquil conditions will greet us for the beginning of the workweek with above average readings continuing.

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Today:

Partly sunny. Milder. Highs in the mid 40s. Southwest winds at 5mph.

Tonight:

Party cloudy. Lows in the mid 30s in the City, the 20s inland. Light and variable winds.

Friday:

More clouds than sun Mild. Highs in the mid to upper 40s.

Saturday:

Rain. Highs in the lower to mid 40s.

Sunday:

Mostly cloudy with scattered rain and or snow showers. Highs in the lower 40s.

Monday:

Mostly sunny. Mild. Highs in the mid 40s.

Seasonal Sunshine Wednesday…

 

Synopsis:

Tranquil weather will continue for the week as extensive high pressure dominates the Eastern half of the country. Readings will be near seasonal levels, in the upper 30s today.

A warmup will occur late week as the high moves off the coast and a warmer Southwest flow develops.

A broad area of low pressure will develop over the Ohio Valley and the Southern Mid-Atlantic on Saturday. As these lows move to the Northeast one main storm will form over the area. There is only marginally cold air available so most of the precipitation will be rain. Inland, a mix of snow, sleet and rain is likely. The potential is there well North and West and especially over the higher elevations of some accumulation.

On the backside of the storm on Sunday skies will be mostly cloudy with scattered rain and or snow showers.

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Today:

Sunny, seasonal. Highs in the upper 30s. North to Southwest winds less than 5mph.

Tonight:

Clear. Lows around freezing in the City, the 20s and teens inland. Southwest winds at 5mph or less.

Thursday:

Sunny. Milder. Highs in the mid 40s.

Friday:

Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 40s.

Saturday:

Rain. Snow, sleet and rain well inland. Highs in the mid to upper 30s.

Sunday:

Mostly cloudy with scattered rain and or snow showers. Highs in the lower 40s.

Sunny, Chilly Tuesday…

 

Synopsis:

Tranquil weather will continue for the week. Cold conditions will greet us today as extensive high pressure dominates the Eastern half of the country. Readings will be near seasonal levels, in the upper 30s, on Wednesday.

A warmup will occur late week as the high moves off the coast and a warmer Southwest flow develops.

A broad area of low pressure will develop over the Ohio Valley and the Southern Mid-Atlantic on Saturday.  The potential exists for rain along the coast and a mix of snow, sleet and rain inland. Specifics this far out are nearly impossible. There is only marginally cold air available and the storm track has yet to be determined.

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Today:

Sunny and cold. Highs in the lower to mid 30s. Northwest winds at 5-10mph.

Tonight:

Clear and cold. Lows in the mid 20s in the City, the teens inland. Northwest winds at 5mph or less.

Wednesday:

Sunny, seasonal. Highs in the upper 30s.

Thursday:

Sunny. Milder. Highs in the mid 40s.

Friday:

Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 40s.

Saturday:

Rain. Snow, sleet and rain inland. Highs in the mid to upper 30s.

Bright, Cold MLK Day…

 

Synopsis:

A tranquil weather week is on the way. Cold conditions will greet us through Tuesday as extensive high pressure dominates the Eastern half of the country.

A warmup will occur late week as the high moves off the coast and a warmer Southwest flow develops.

Looking down the pike an area of low pressure will potentially develop along the Eastern Seaboard. Where it tracks and how much cold air is around is yet to be seen. Don’t believe all the hype.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day:

Partly sunny. Cold. Highs around freezing. Northwest winds at 10-20mph.

Tonight:

Clear and cold. Lows in the lower 20s in the City, the teens inland. Northwest winds at 5mph.

Tuesday:

Sunny and cold. Highs in the lower to mid 30s.

Wednesday:

Sunny, seasonal. Highs in the mid to upper 30s.

Thursday:

Sunny. Milder. Highs in the mid 40s.

Friday:

Mostly sunny. Milder. Highs in the upper 40s.

Sun & Clouds, Breezy…

 

Synopsis:

Today will be breezy and chilly under mix of clouds and some sun as the low moves East of Maine and strong high pressure settles over the Northern Plains.

It will become quite cold tonight. Any standing water or slush will freeze solid. Please use caution on untreated surfaces.

Colder conditions will greet us through early week as extensive high pressure dominates the Eastern half of the country.

A warmup will occur late week as the high moves off the coast and a warmer Southwest flow develops.

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Sunday:

Sun and clouds. Breezy and chilly. Highs in the lower 40s. West to Northwest winds at 15-25mph with higher gusts.

Tonight:

Mostly clear, breezy and cold. Lows in the lower to mid 20s in the City, the teens inland. Northwest winds at 10-20mph.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day:

Partly sunny. Cold. Highs around freezing.

Tuesday:

Partly sunny and cold. Highs near 30º.

Wednesday:

Sunny. Highs in the mid 30s.

Thursday:

Sunny. Milder. Highs in the mid 40s.

Steady Snow This Evening. Mix/Rain South & East. Sct’d Showers Overnight…

 

Synopsis:

A couple of hours of steadier and heavier snow will occur this evening with the main push of precipitation moving in with a warm front. The snow will most likely change to rain along the coast, but inland snow or a snow/sleet mixture will continue. Accumulating snow will occur for much of the region this evening before the changeover. Coastal areas won’t see much of an accumulation. Above is the potential snowfall by 11PM tonight. Scattered showers or drizzle is likely late tonight was the warm front moves through.

Sunday will be windy and chilly under mix of clouds and some sun as the low moves East of Maine and strong high pressure settles over the Northern Plains.

Colder conditions will greet us through early week as extensive high pressure dominates the Eastern half of the country.

A warmup will occur late week as the high moves off the coast and a warmer Southwest flow develops.

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Tonight:

A period of steadier and heavier snow this evening. Coastal and Southern areas will experience a change to sleet and rain. Scattered showers are expected late tonight for most of the area with areas of light sleet or snow well inland. Readings will rise into the lower 40s along the coast and to the South. Inland readings will rise through the 30s.  Southwest to West winds at 5-10mph.

Sunday:

Clouds, some sun. Windy and chilly. Highs around 40º. West to Northwest winds at 15-25mph with higher gusts.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day:

Partly sunny. Cold. Highs around freezing.

Tuesday:

Partly sunny and cold. Highs near 30º.

Wednesday:

Sunny. Highs in the mid 30s.

Thursday:

Sunny. Milder. Highs in the mid 40s.

Snow Developing Midday Saturday. Steadiest Late Day. Mix/Rain South…

 

Synopsis:

A storm will develop over the Ohio Valley today and move into the Eastern Great Lakes. Normally, this would be a warm storm track with the system to the West, but Arctic high pressure will nose in from Eastern Canada and into the Northeast. The low’s warm front will be responsible for the precipitation. This will result in snow developing by Saturday afternoon. The snow will be light and intermittent through mid-afternoon. A couple of hours of steadier and heavier snow is likely around sunset. The snow will most likely change to rain along the coast by late day but inland snow or a snow/sleet mixture will continue. A secondary storm will form over Eastern New England. If this secondary storm formed farther South it would keep the cold air in place, but since it will develop later, warmer air will work in from off the Ocean.

Accumulating snow will occur for much of the region later in the day and early this evening before the changeover. Coastal areas won’t see much of an accumulation. Above is the potential snowfall by late Saturday evening.

Light precipitation will continue into tonight with most areas seeing light rain or sleet.

Sunday will be windy and chilly under mix of clouds and some sun.

Colder conditions will greet us through midweek under mainly sunny skies.

No major storms are in sight.

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Saturday:

Thickening clouds during the morning. Intermittent light snow developing around midday. The snow will  change to rain along the coast. A couple of hours of steadier and heavier snow is possible around sunset for most of the area excluding coastal areas and to the South. Inland a mix of snow, sleet and rain will continue into the evening. Highs in the 30s, lower 40s at the coast. Southeast winds at 5-10mph.

Tonight:

Areas of light rain. Light mixed precipitation inland. Lows in the lower to mid 30s in the City, the around 30º inland. Southwest to West winds at 5-10mph.

Sunday:

Clouds, some sun. Windy and chilly. Highs around 40º.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day:

Partly sunny. Cold. Highs around freezing.

Tuesday:

Partly sunny and cold. Highs near 30º.

Wednesday:

Sunny. Highs in the mid 30s.

Sunny, Very Cold Wind Chills to Start…

 

Synopsis:

Arctic high pressure will influence our area today. This will result in sunny but cold readings. Wind chills this morning will be in the single digits. High temperatures will remain below freezing.

Tonight will be clear to start but high clouds will work in after midnight. It’ll be frigid. Lows will dip to the single digits and teens inland.

A storm will develop over the Ohio Valley on Saturday and move into the Eastern Great Lakes. Normally, this would be a warm storm track with the system to the West, but Arctic high pressure will nose in from Eastern Canada and into the Northeast. The low’s warm front will be responsible for the precipitation. This will result in snow developing by Saturday afternoon. The snow will most likely change to rain along the coast during the day but inland snow or a snow/sleet mixture will continue. A secondary storm will form over Eastern New England. If this secondary storm formed farther South it would keep the cold air in place, but since it will develop later, warmer air will work in from off the Ocean.

The potential of an accumulating snow exists later in the day Saturday before the changeover. Coastal areas won’t see much of an accumulation. Above is the potential snowfall by late Saturday evening. These amounts are not etched in stone, but confidence has increased. Once again, this is NOT a classic setup for a snowstorm.

Sunday will be windy and chilly under mix of clouds and some sun.

Much colder conditions will greet us for the beginning of the week.

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Today:

Sunny, windy and cold. Highs in the 20s to around 30º. Northwest winds at 15-30mph with higher gusts. The winds will diminish some during the afternoon.

Tonight:

Clear to partly cloudy. Very cold. Lows around 20 in the City, the single digits and teens inland. Northwest winds diminishing to 5mph.

Saturday:

Thickening clouds during the morning. Snow developing by afternoon. The snow will  change to rain along the coast. Inland a mix of snow, sleet and rain will continue into the evening. Highs in the 30s, lower 40s at the coast.

Sunday:

Clouds, some sun. Windy and chilly. Highs around 40º.

Monday:

Partly sunny. Cold. Highs around freezing.

Tuesday:

Partly sunny and cold. Highs near 30º.