Sct’d Flurries This Evening. Sun Returns Tuesday…

 

Synopsis:

Scattered flurries are possible early tonight, otherwise skies will become partly cloudy. There will be a refreeze of any slush or standing water. Please use caution.

A mix of sun and clouds will greet us for Tuesday with chilly temperatures as high pressure moves in.

A “better feel” would be a good way to describe Wednesday as temperatures rise several degrees above the average high of 39º. A southwest wind will be responsible for our brief warm-up.

Early morning rain or snow showers are possible Thursday as a cold front pushers offshore. Readings will start off the in the mid 30s but tumble into the upper 20s by mid to late afternoon as another bitter blast works in.

We’re back in the freezer on Friday. Despite abundant sunshine readings will remain in the 20s.

Saturday will feature a storm developing off the Southeast coast. Most of the computer models push this storm harmlessly out to sea. The European model give us a potential snow event. As of this writing, JMW is keeping the region snow-free.

Stay tuned..

Tonight:

Early flurries, otherwise becoming partly cloudy, breezy and cold. Lows in the 20s throughout. West to Northwest winds at 15-25mph with gusts to 30mph .

Tuesday:

Partly sunny. Chilly. Highs in the mid 30s. Northwest winds at 15-25mph.

Wednesday:

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

Thursday:

Chance of early morning rain or snow showers, otherwise mostly sunny and turning colder during the afternoon. Early highs in the mid 30s, temperatures tumble into the 20s during the afternoon.

Friday:

Sunny and frigid. Highs in the mid 20s.

Saturday:

Partly sunny. Cold. Highs in the upper 20s.

Early AM Rain/Mix Ends. Sct’d Aftn. Rain/Snow Showers…

 

Synopsis:

The storm that gave the region all types of precipitation and wind will pull away this morning with rain ending early over Eastern areas. A few rain or snow showers are possible during the afternoon for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Readings will be a few degrees above the average high of 39º.

Skies will become partly cloudy overnight. There will be a refreeze of any slush or standing water. Please use caution.

A mix of sun and clouds will greet us for Tuesday with chilly temperatures.

Wednesday we’ll have a respite with readings a few degrees above the average high under partly sunny skies. High pressure will dominate.

Colder conditions are expected for Thursday as a cold front moves offshore.

Arctic air will once again funnel in on Friday under mainly sunny skies.

Stay tuned..

Monday (Martin Luther King Jr. Day):

AM rain east, otherwise remaining mostly cloudy. Scattered afternoon rain and snow showers. Highs in the lower to mid 40s. Southwest to West winds at 15-25mph with gusts to 35mph.

Tonight:

Becoming partly cloudy, breezy and cold. Lows in the 20s throughout.

Tuesday:

Partly sunny. Chilly. Highs in the mid 30s.

Wednesday:

Partly sunny. Highs in the lower to mid 40s.

Thursday:

Partly sunny. Seasonal. Highs in the upper 30s.

Friday:

Sunny and frigid. Highs in the mid 20s.

Snow/Mix/Rain Inland. Rain Coast. Becoming Windy Overnight…

 

Synopsis:

A storm will be moving up the Appalachians tonight. Snow inland will change over to a mix or rain. An accumulation is likely before the changeover. A coating to several inches is possible before the changeover depending on your location. Rain is expected along the coast. The concern is there for a period of high winds and coastal flooding late tonight into early Monday morning. Over an inch of rain is expected.

The storm will pull away Monday morning with rain ending early over Eastern areas. A few rain or snow showers are possible during the afternoon for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Readings will be a few degrees above the average high of 39º.

A mix of sun and clouds will greet us for Tuesday with chilly temperatures.

Wednesday we’ll have a respite with readings a few degrees above the average high under partly sunny skies. High pressure will dominate.

Colder conditions are expected for Thursday as a cold front moves offshore.

Arctic air will once again funnel in on Friday under mainly sunny skies.

Stay tuned..

Tonight:

Snow starting this evening inland. Rain along the coast. Snow going over to a mix then rain overnight North and West. Temperatures rising into the 40s along the coast. Rising through the 20s and 30s inland. Increasing East winds at 15-30mph with gusts to 40mph inland, gusts to 50 to 60mph at the coast and over Eastern Long Island.

Monday (Martin Luther King Jr. Day):

AM rain east, otherwise remaining mostly cloudy. Scattered afternoon rain and snow showers. Highs in the lower to mid 40s. Southwest to West winds at 15-25mph.

Tuesday:

Partly sunny. Chilly. Highs in the mid 30s.

Wednesday:

Partly sunny. Highs in the lower to mid 40s.

Thursday:

Partly sunny. Seasonal. Highs in the upper 30s.

Friday:

Sunny and frigid. Highs in the mid 20s.

Sun to Clouds Sunday. Not as Harsh by Aftn…

 

Synopsis:

Sunshine will give way to increasing and thickening clouds today. Readings will recover to above freezing for the I-95 corridor.

The well advertised storm will be on the way for tonight into Monday morning. The potential is there for snow inland changing over to a mix or rain. An accumulation is likely before the changeover. This will start in the evening hours. A coating to several inches is possible before the changeover depending on your location inland. Rain is expected along the coast. The concern is there for a period of high winds and coastal flooding Sunday night into Monday morning.

The storm will pull away Monday morning with rain ending early. A few rain or snow showers are possible during the afternoon for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Readings will be a few degrees above the average high of 39º.

A mix of sun and clouds will greet us for Tuesday with chilly temperatures.

Tuesday we’ll have a respite with readings a few degrees above the average high under partly sunny skies. High pressure will dominate.

Colder conditions are expected for Thursday.

Stay tuned..

Sunday:

Sun giving way to clouds. Cold. High in the mid 30s in the City. Readings will be colder North and West and milder at the coast. East winds at 5mph.

Tonight:

Snow starting this evening inland. Rain along the coast. Snow going over to a mix then rain overnight North and West. Temperatures rising into the 40s along the coast. Rising through the 20s and 30s inland. Increasing East winds at 15-30mph with gusts to 40mph inland, gusts to 50 to 60mph at the coast and over Eastern Long Island.

Monday (Martin Luther King Jr. Day):

AM mix, rain depending on location ending during the morning. Scattered afternoon rain and snow showers. Highs in the lower to mid 40s.

Tuesday:

Partly sunny. Chilly. Highs in the mid 30s.

Wednesday:

Partly sunny. Highs in the lower to mid 40s.

Thursday:

Partly sunny. Seasonal. Highs in the upper 30s.

Bitter Blast/Low Windchills. Sun Dominates…

 

Synopsis:

The bitter blast will continue grip the area Saturday. Despite abundant sun, readings will be hard pressed to get out of the teens. Windchills this morning will be near or below zero. Please dress in layers and wear a hat. Frostbite can occur within minutes on exposed skin.

Another frigid night is expected tonight. Lows inland will dip below zero.

On Sunday, sun will give way to clouds. The well advertised storm will be on the way for Sunday Night into Monday. The potential is there for snow inland changing over to a mix or rain. An accumulation is likely before the changeover. A few to several inches are possible. By the coast a quick shot of snow is likely at the onset, but it looks mainly like a rain event. Concern is there for a period of high winds and coastal flooding Sunday night into Monday morning.

The storm will pull away Monday morning with rain or a mix ending early. The sun will return during the afternoon for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Readings will be a few degrees above the average high of 39º.

A mix of sun and clouds will greet us for Tuesday with chilly temperatures.

Tuesday will have a respite with readings a few degrees above the average high under partly sunny skies. High pressure will dominate.

Stay tuned..

Saturday:

Sunny and frigid. Windy early. Highs only in the mid to upper teens. Northwest winds at 10-20mph and diminishing during the afternoon.

Tonight:

Clear and frigid. Lows in the lower teens in the City, the single digits and below zero inland. North wind 5-10mph.

Sunday:

Sun giving way to clouds. Cold. Highs around 30º.

Monday (Martin Luther King Jr. Day):

AM mix, rain depending on location ending during the morning. Afternoon sun. Highs in the lower 40s.

Tuesday:

Partly sunny. Chilly. Highs in the mid 30s.

Wednesday:

Partly sunny. Highs in the lower to mid 40s.

Clouds to Sun Friday. Tolerable Temps to Start. Becoming Windy…

 

Synopsis:

Today will be a changeable day. Low pressure will develop and move up and well off the Eastern seaboard. This will result in clouds giving way to sun and an increasingly strong Northerly wind. Temperatures will start off mild in the 40s and then tumble as Canadian air rushes in toward evening.

Tonight will be frigid with wind chills below zero in all regions. Please dress in layers and wear a hat. Frostbite can occur within minutes on exposed skin.

A bitter blast will grip the area Saturday. Despite abundant sun, readings will only remain around 20º.

On Sunday sun will give way to clouds. The well advertised storm will be on the way for Sunday Night into Monday. The potential is there for snow inland changing over to a mix or rain. An accumulation is likely before the changeover. A few to several inches are possible. By the coast a quick shot of snow is likely at the onset, but it looks mainly like a rain event. Concern is there for a period of high winds and coastal flooding Sunday night into Monday morning.

The storm will pull away Monday morning with rain or a mix ending early. The sun will return during the afternoon for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Readings will be a few degrees above the average high of 39º.

A mix of sun and clouds will greet us for Tuesday with chilly temperatures.

Stay tuned..

Friday:

Morning clouds giving way to mostly sunny skies during the afternoon. Becoming windy. Highs in the 40s  then dropping through the 30s by sunset. North winds increasing to 15-25mph with gusts to 35mph.

Tonight:

Clear, windy and bitterly cold. Lows 12º in the City, the single digits inland. North to Northwest winds at 15-25mph with gusts to 35mph. Wind chills will be below zero.

Saturday:

Sunny and frigid. Windy early. Highs only around 20º.

Sunday:

Sun giving way to clouds. Cold. Highs around 30º.

Monday (Martin Luther King Jr. Day):

AM mix, rain depending on location ending during the morning. Afternoon sun. Highs in the lower 40s.

Tuesday:

Partly sunny. Chilly. Highs in the mid 30s.

Brief Break From Cold. Nice Feel Thursday…

 

Synopsis:

Readings will get above the average high of 39º today as high pressure continues to move offshore. A mix of sun and clouds is expected.

Tonight will be another night with readings well above freezing along the urban corridor. Inland readings will be just below freezing.

Friday will be a changeable day. Low pressure will develop and move up and well off the Eastern seaboard. This will result in clouds giving way to sun and an increasingly strong Northerly wind. Temperatures will. be around 40º and then tumble as Canadian air rushes in later in the day.

A bitter blast will grip the area Saturday. Despite abundant sun, readings will only remain around 20º.

On Sunday sun will give way to clouds. The well advertised storm will be on the way for Sunday Night into Monday. The potential is there for snow inland possibly chaining over to a mix or rain. The potential is there for an accumulation before the changeover. By the coast a quick shot of snow is possible at the onset, but it looks mainly like a rain event. Concern is there for a period of high winds and coastal flooding Sunday night into Monday morning.

The storm will pull away Monday morning with the sun returning during the afternoon.

Stay tuned..

Thursday:

Partly sunny. Highs in the mid 40s. Light and variable winds.

Tonight:

Partly cloudy. Lows in the mid 30s in the City, the 20s inland. Light Northeast wind.

Friday:

Morning clouds giving way to mostly sunny skies. Becoming windy and colder by mid to late afternoon. Early highs around 40º.

Saturday:

Sunny. Frigid. Highs around 20º.

Sunday:

Sun giving way to clouds. Cold. Highs around 30º.

Monday (Martin Luther King Jr. Day):

AM snow, rain, mix depending on location. Afternoon sun. Highs around 40º.

Out of the Ice Box Wednesday…

 

Synopsis:

Readings will pop to near the average high of the upper 30s to around 40º today as the bitter air of high pressure moderates and moves off the coast. It will feel like a heatwave!

Temperatures will remain above freezing tonight in urban areas for a change under mainly clear skies.

Readings will rise a few degrees more on Thursday as high pressure continues to move offshore under mainly sunny skies.

Cold conditions will return for Friday as low pressure moves well off the Eastern seaboard and a strong Northerly wind ushers in Canadian air once again.

Plenty of sun is expected for Saturday. Despite the sun, readings will only remain in the 20s!

On Sunday sun will give way to clouds. JMW is keeping an eye on a Southern Storm for Sunday Night into Monday. The potential is there for snow possibly chaining over to a mix or rain. This storm could become a nor’easter with high winds and coastal flooding. Many days to watch and digest the latest computer guidance. Don’t believe all the chatter you are hearing at this time. Stick to reliable sources.

Stay tuned..

Wednesday:

Mostly sunny. Much milder. Highs around 40º. Southwest winds at 5mph.

Tonight:

Partly cloudy. Not as cold as recent nights. Lows in the lower to mid 30s in the City, the 20s inland. West winds at 5mph.

Thursday:

Partly sunny. Highs in the lower 40s.

Friday:

Mostly sunny, windy and colder. Highs in the lower to mid 30s.

Saturday:

Sunny. Very cold. Highs in the upper 20s.

Sunday:

Sun giving way to clouds. Cold. Highs around 30º.

Bitter Blast Despite Abundant Sunshine…

 

Synopsis:

An Arctic blast will grip the region the next 24 hours. Readings today may remain in the teens. The wind will add a bite. Wind chills will be in the single digits and lower teens this afternoon. High pressure originating in Canada is responsible for our bitter bite. At least the sun will shine!

Clear, calm and very cold conditions are expected overnight.

By Wednesday, readings will pop to near the average high of the upper 30s.

Temperatures will recover on Thursday as high pressure slips offshore and the airmass modifies.

Cold conditions will return for Friday as low pressure moves well off the Eastern seaboard and a strong Northerly wind ushers in Canadian air once again.

Plenty of sun is expected for Saturday. Despite the sun, readings will only remain in the 20s!

We’ll keep an eye on a Southern Storm for Sunday. As of this writing it looks to stay off the coast

Stay tuned..

Tuesday:

Sunny and frigid.  Highs only in the upper teens. Northwest winds at 15-25mph and diminishing.

Tonight:

Clear. Frigid. Lows in the upper teens in the City, single digits inland. Southwest winds at 5-10mph.

Wednesday:

Mostly sunny. Seasonal. Highs in the upper 30s.

Thursday:

Mostly sunny. Highs around 40º.

Friday:

Mostly sunny, windy and colder. Highs in the lower to mid 30s.

Saturday:

Sunny. Very cold. Highs in the upper 20s.

Bright, Colder Monday…

 

Synopsis:

A bitter blast is on the way. Today will feature abundant sunshine and quite cold readings. Temperatures will fall during the day to around 30º along the coast, the 20s inland. An Arctic from will pass through tonight with possible snow showers.. Readings on Tuesday may remain in the teens. High pressure to our West will funnel in the coldest air of the season so far from our Canadian friends. At least the sun will shine!

By Wednesday, readings will flirt with the freezing mark in some areas.

Temperatures will recover on Thursday as high pressure slips offshore and the airmass modifies.

Tranquil, chilly conditions are expected for Friday.

Stay tuned..

Monday:

Mostly sunny, breezy and cold. Highs only in the upper 2os to around 30º for afternoon highs. Northwest winds at 10-20mph.

Tonight:

Partly cloudy with isolated snow showers early. Frigid. Lows in the mid teens in the City, 8º-13º inland. Northwest winds increasing to 15-25mph. Windchills will be near 0º in the City. –5º to -10º inland.

Tuesday:

Sunny and frigid.  Highs only in the upper teens.

Wednesday:

Mostly sunny. Highs around freezing.

Thursday:

Mostly sunny. Seasonal. Highs around 40º.

Friday:

Mostly sunny. Chilly. Highs in the upper 30s.