Sct’d Snow Squall Through Sunset. Windy and Very Cold Overnight…

 

Synopsis:

Scattered snow squalls will be racing through there area through about sunset. Any squall can drop heavy snow and create near whiteout conditions. The good news it only last minutes. Not every area will get in on the action.

Tonight will be clear, windy and very cold. Wind chills will be in the single digits and lower teens.

Arctic high pressure will influence our area on Friday. This will result in sunny but cold readings. Highs may remain below 30º.

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 first guess on the potential snowfall by late Saturday evening. These amounts are not etched in stone, but rather give a general idea of where the higher totals are possible. 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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Tonight:

A scattered snow squall through sunset otherwise clear, windy and very cold. Lows around 20 in the City, the teens inland. Wind chills in the single digits. Northwest winds at 15-30mph with gusts to 45mph.

Friday:

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.

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.

Wind is the Story Today. Much Colder Tonight…

 

Synopsis:

A cold front will move offshore early this morning. Skies will become mostly sunny and a strong Northwest wind will develop. Gusts between 40-50mph are likely under a mix of sun and clouds.

Tonight will be clear, windy and cold. Wind chills will be in the single digits and teens.

Arctic high pressure will influence our area on Friday. This will result in sunny but cold readings. Highs will only be near freezing.

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 first guess on the potential snowfall by late Saturday evening. These amounts are not etched in stone, but rather give a general idea of where the higher totals are possible. 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.

Stay Tuned.

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

Today:

An early morning shower east, otherwise mostly sunny. Becoming windy. Highs in the 40s to lower 50s. Temperatures will fall during the afternoon. West to Northwest winds increasing to 15-30mph with gusts to  45mph.

Tonight:

Clear, windy and cold. Lows around 20 in the City, the teens inland. Northwest winds at 15-30mph with gusts to 45mph. Winds will slowly diminish late.

Friday:

Sunny. Colder. Highs near freezing.

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 with scattered flurries. Cold. Highs around freezing.

Sct’d Showers Late Tonight. Wind is the Story Thursday…

 

Synopsis:

A cold front will toward the region tonight. Skies will become mostly cloudy. Scattered showers are likely late.

On Thursday morning the front will take any showers with it offshore. Skies will become mostly sunny and a strong Northwest wind will develop. Gusts between 40-50mph are likely.

Arctic high pressure will influence our area on Friday. This will result in sunny but cold readings. Highs will only be near freezing.

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 first guess on the potential snowfall by late Saturday evening. These amounts are not etched in stone, but rather give a general idea of where the higher totals are possible. 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.

Stay Tuned.

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

Tonight:

Becoming mostly cloudy. Scattered showers possible late. Lows around 40º in the City, the 30s inland. South winds at 5-10mph.

Thursday:

An early morning shower east, otherwise mostly sunny. Becoming windy. Highs in the mid to upper 40s. Temperatures will fall during the afternoon. West to Northwest winds increasing to 15-30mph with gusts to  45mph.

Friday:

Sunny. Colder. Highs near freezing.

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 with scattered flurries. Cold. Highs around freezing.

Sun is Back, Mild…

 

Synopsis:

Weak high pressure will move in from the West today. It’ll be bright and mild.

On Thursday a cold front will work through the region in the morning with a spotty showers. Skies will become mostly sunny and a strong Northwest wind will develop.

Arctic high pressure will influence our area on Friday. This will result in sunny but cold readings. Highs will only be near freezing.

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. Inland areas have the greatest potential. Once again, this is NOT a classic setup for a snowstorm.

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

Stay Tuned.

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

Today:

Mostly sunny. Mild. Highs in the upper 40s to  lower 50s. Northwest winds at 5-10mph.

Tonight:

Becoming mostly cloudy. Scattered showers possible late. Lows around 40º in the City, the 30s inland. South winds at 5-10mph.

Thursday:

An early morning shower, otherwise mostly sunny. Becoming windy. Highs in the mid to upper 40s. Temperatures will fall during the afternoon.

Friday:

Sunny. Colder. Highs near freezing.

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.

Sunday:

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

Clouds Dominate. Sct’d Afternoon Showers…

 

Synopsis:

Clouds will dominate today as a weak disturbance moves through. There is a chance of showers during the afternoon.

On Wednesday high pressure will move in from the West. It’ll be bright and mild.

On Thursday a cold front will work through the region in the morning with a spotty showers. Skies will become mostly sunny and a strong Northwest wind will develop.

Arctic high pressure will influence our area on Friday. This will result in sunny but cold readings. Highs will only be near freezing.

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. This will result in snow developing Saturday. 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 our area and move towards 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 on Saturday before the changeover. Once again, this is NOT a classic setup for a snowstorm.

Stay Tuned.

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

Today:

Mostly cloudy. Showers likely during the afternoon. Highs in the mid 40s. Northeast to East winds at 5mph.

Tonight:

Evening showers or drizzle, otherwise mostly cloudy. Lows around 40º in the City, the upper 20s to 30s inland. Light East wind becoming North.

Wednesday:

Mostly sunny. Mild. Highs in the lower 50s.

Thursday:

An early morning shower, otherwise mostly sunny. Becoming windy. Highs in the mid to upper 40s. Temperatures will fall during the afternoon.

Friday:

Sunny. Colder. Highs near freezing.

Saturday:

Snow. The snow will mix with sleet and possibly change to rain, especially along the coast. Highs in the 30s.

Cooler, Tranquil Start to the Workweek…

 

Synopsis:

Today will be cooler than our May-like high of this weekend but readings will be still be several degrees above the average high of 38º. A mix of clouds and some sun is expected.

There is a chance of spotty showers later Tuesday and then again on Thursday morning with a cold front. This front will bring readings finally to near seasonal averages by Friday.

Looking down the pike there will be a pattern change. The arctic air that has been bottled up in Canada will push into the Northeast later Friday and into Saturday. At the same time the models have a storm forming somewhere in the Mid-Atlantic or Northeast. At this far juncture it looks like a snow to rain event. An accumulation is possible before any changeover.

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Today:

Mostly cloudy. Highs in the mid 40s. Northeast winds at 5mph.

Tonight:

Mostly cloudy. Lows in the upper 30s in the City, the upper 20s to 30s inland. Light North wind.

Tuesday:

Mostly cloudy. A spot late day shower is possible. Highs in the mid 40s.

Wednesday:

Partly sunny. Mild. Highs in the lower 50s.

Thursday:

An early morning shower, otherwise mostly sunny. Highs in the mid to upper 40s.

Friday:

Mostly sunny. Colder. Highs in the mid 30s.

Squall Line Moves Through Early This AM to Sunshine. Record Warmth Possible…

 

Synopsis:

A squall line will move through early this morning with it will come scattered thunderstorms, high winds and heavy rain. Not all areas will experience the quick moving action. The sun will soon after the line moves though.

The unusually high temperatures will stick around today. It’ll feel more like May then the dead of Winter. The average high is 38º. The record high for today is 66º. This record temperature is in jeopardy. The high for today will occur in this morning. Cooler air will work in during the day and drop the temperatures into the 50s again under plenty of sunshine and gusty winds.

Even with a cool frontal passage, Monday’s readings will be almost ten degrees above average under a mix of sun and clouds.

There is a chance of showers later Tuesday and then again on Thursday with weak disturbances moving through.

Looking down the pike there will be a pattern change. The arctic air that has been bottled up in Canada will push into the Northeast later Friday and into Saturday. At the same time the models have a storm forming somewhere in the Mid-Atlantic or Northeast. At this far juncture it looks like more rain than snow. The trend is your friend.

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Today:

Quick moving showers and or storms this morning, otherwise becoming mostly sunny. Warm. Early highs in the upper 60s, then readings will fall through the 50s later in the day. Southwest to Northwest winds at 15-25mph with gusts to 40mph in the morning. The winds will diminish during the afternoon.

Tonight:

Clear and colder. Lows in the mid 30s in the City, the upper 20s inland. Northwest to Northeast winds at 5-10mph.

Monday:

Sun and clouds. Highs in the mid 40s.

Tuesday:

Morning sun to thickening clouds. Scattered showers or areas of drizzle possible during the afternoon. Highs in the mid 40s.

Wednesday:

Partly sunny. Highs in the lower 50s.

Thursday:

Mostly cloudy. Scattered showers. Highs in the upper 40s.

Feeling More Like Late April Saturday…

 

Synopsis:

Spring-like readings and record warm temperatures are expected both today and Sunday as a Bermuda dominates the East coast.  It’ll feel more like late April and early May then the dead of Winter. Spotty showers are possible today along with patchy fog but the majority of the day will be dry. Showers are likely by Sunday morning with an approaching cool front. The average high is 38º. The record high for today is 63º. The record high for tomorrow is 66º. These record temperatures are in jeopardy.

Even with a cool frontal passage on Monday readings will be almost ten degrees above average.

Tranquil conditions are expected through midweek.

It will be some time until we experience an Arctic blast or a decent snow event. The weather pattern is horrible for Winter conditions. Sorry snow lovers.

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Today:

Mostly cloudy and warm with a spot shower. Highs in the mid 60s. South to Southwest winds at 10-15mph.

Tonight:

Cloudy with scattered showers. Balmy. Temperatures will remain in the 60s! Thats more than 35º above normal for nighttime lows! South to Southwest winds at 5-10mph.

Sunday:

Morning showers, otherwise becoming mostly sunny. Warm. Highs 65º-70º.

Monday:

Partly sunny. Highs around 50º.

Tuesday:

Sun to clouds. Highs in the mid 40s.

Wednesday:

Partly sunny. Highs in the lower 50s.

The Beginning of a Major Warmup…

 

Synopsis:

High pressure will move off the coast today. This will be the beginning of a major warmup. The Southwesterly flow will cause readings to rise to well above the average highs of the upper 30s. Clouds will dominate and spotty drizzle is possible as the atmosphere moistens up.

Tonight will be mostly cloudy with a areas of fog and patchy drizzle. Temperatures will remain steady.

Spring-like readings are expected both Saturday and Sunday as a Bermuda high takes shape.  It’ll feel more like mid to late April then the dead of Winter. Spotty showers are possible on Saturday. Steadier rain is likely by Sunday morning with an approaching cool front. The record high for Saturday, January 11th is 63º. The record high for Sunday is 66º. These record temperatures are in jeopardy.

Even with a cool frontal passage on Monday readings will be almost ten degrees above average.

It will be some time until we experience an Arctic blast or a decent snow event. The weather pattern is horrible for Winter conditions. Sorry snow lovers.

Stay Tuned.

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

Today:

Mostly cloudy. Spotty drizzle possible during the afternoon. Much milder. Highs around 50º. Southwest winds at 5-10mph.

Tonight:

Cloudy with areas of fog and drizzle. Mild. Lows around 50º in the City, the 40s inland. Southwest winds at 5-10mph.

Saturday:

Mostly cloudy and warm with spotty showers. Highs in the lower to mid 60s.

Sunday:

Mostly cloudy and warm with a period of rain likely in the morning. Highs in the lower to mid 60s.

Monday:

Partly sunny. Highs around 50º.

Tuesday:

Mostly cloudy. Highs in the upper 40s.

 

Chilly Sunshine…

 

Synopsis:

Today will be bright and seasonal as strong high pressure moves overhead. The average high temperatures are in the upper 30s.

On Friday the high pressure system will move off the coast. A return Southwesterly flow will cause readings to rise to well above the average highs. Clouds will dominate. Spring-like readings are expected both Saturday and Sunday. It’ll feel more like mid to late April then the dead of Winter. Spotty showers are possible on Saturday. Steadier rain is likely either Saturday night or Sunday morning with an approaching cool front. The record high for Saturday, January 11th is 63º. Record high temperatures will be in jeopardy.

Even with a cool frontal passage on Monday readings will be almost ten degrees above average.

It will be some time until we experience an Arctic blast or a decent snow event. The weather pattern is horrible for Winter conditions. Sorry snow lovers.

Stay Tuned.

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

Today:

Sunny and seasonal. Highs in the mid to upper 30s. Northwest to Southeast winds at 5mph.

Tonight:

Becoming mostly cloudy. Lows in the lower 30s in the City, the 20s inland. South to Southwest winds at 5-10mph.

Friday:

Mostly cloudy. Much milder. Highs around 50º.

Saturday:

Mostly cloudy and warm with spotty showers. Highs in the lower to mid 60s.

Sunday:

Mostly cloudy and warm with a period of rain likely in the morning. Highs in the lower to mid 60s.

Monday:

Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid to upper 40s.