Periods of Snow. Heavy at Times. Rain Coast to Snow…

 

Synopsis:.

As an upper low swings toward the coast it will capture a surface storm just East of NJ and redevelop it South of Long Island today. This upper level feature will bring down cold air. Periods of rain will go over to snow at coastal locations this afternoon. Periods of snow will continue elsewhere. The latest computer guidance has shifted the heaviest amounts of precipitation over the NYC area and vicinity. Hence the adjustment in potential amounts. Snow may come down heavy at times in banding with the upper level low supplying the energy along with the surface storm. Areas East of the City will take some time in getting into the snow. But here too, some accumulation is likely. Parts of Eastern Long Island as well as South Coastal NJ will receive only minor accumulations.  Potential snow amounts by Monday Midnight are posted above. Nowcasting with radar and banding of the snow will be key in how much snow falls. The snow will taper off  tonight from West to East.

Morning snow over Eastern areas will give way to sunshine behind the storm on Tuesday.

More tranquil conditions are expected for the rest of the week. Readings will be below the average high of 48º.

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Monday:

Mixed precipitation going over to periods of snow. The snow may come down heavy at times near the NYC vicinity. Highs in the 30s. North to Northeast winds at 10-20mph.

Tonight:

Periods of snow, ending tapering off from West to East. Lows near freezing in the City, the 20s inland. North winds at 10-20mph with gusts to 30mph at the coast.

Tuesday:

Early morning snow East, otherwise partly sunny, breezy and cool. Highs around 40º.

Wednesday:

Partly sunny.. Highs in the lower 40s.

Thursday:

Partly sunny.. Highs in the lower 40s.

Friday:

Partly sunny.. Highs in the lower 40s.

Snow Developing. Heavy at Times West. Rain East to Snow Later…

 

Synopsis:.

As an upper low swings toward the coast it will capture a surface storm just East of NJ and redevelop it South of Long Island today. This upper level feature will bring down cold air. Periods of rain will continue for coastal areas. Any rain inland will change to snow. The heaviest precipitation looks to fall North & West of the City. Here the potential is greatest for significant snow. The latest computer models are more robust with the amount of precipitation. Snow may come down heavy at times in banding with the upper level low supplying the energy along with the surface storm. Areas from the City and to the East will take some time in getting into the snow. But here too, some accumulation is likely. Parts of Long Island will receive only minor accumulations.  Potential snow amounts by Monday Midnight are posted above (2nd map). These amounts have increased but are not etched in stone and will change. Nowcasting with radar and banding of the snow will be key in how much snow falls. The snow will taper off  tonight from West to East.

Morning snow over Eastern areas will give way to sunshine behind the storm on Tuesday.

More tranquil conditions are expected for the rest of the week. Readings will be below the average high of 48º.

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Monday:

Mixed precipitation going over to periods of snow. The snow may come down heavy at times West of the City. Highs in the 30s. North to Northeast winds at 10-20mph.

Tonight:

Periods of snow, ending tapering off from West to East. Lows near freezing in the City, the 20s inland. North winds at 10-20mph with gusts to 30mph at the coast.

Tuesday:

Early morning snow East, otherwise partly sunny, breezy and cool. Highs around 40º.

Wednesday:

Partly sunny.. Highs in the lower 40s.

Thursday:

Partly sunny.. Highs in the lower 40s.

Friday:

Partly sunny.. Highs in the lower 40s.

Significant Icing North & West Tonight. Snow Monday for Most…

 

Synopsis:.

A storm moving just South of Cape May tonight and crawling off the NJ coast on Monday morning will be responsible for a wide range of precipitation. For tonight coastal areas will experience rain, farther North and West freezing rain has been an issue. Significant icing has occurred. Up the Hudson Valley several inches of snow has been reported. The precipitation, depending on your location will taper off later this evening and overnight. Please use extreme caution where temperatures remain below freezing.

As the upper low swings to the coast it will capture the surface storm and redevelop it South of Long Island on Monday. This upper level feature will bring down cold air. Periods of rain will continue for coastal areas. Any rain inland will change to snow. The heaviest precipitation looks to fall North & West of the City. Here the potential is greatest for significant snow. The latest computer models are more robust with the amount of precipitation. Snow may come down heavy at times in banding with the upper level low supplying the energy along with the surface storm. Areas from the City and to the East will take some time in getting into the snow. But here too, some accumulation is likely. Parts of Long Island will receive only minor accumulations.  Potential snow amounts by Monday Midnight are posted above (3rd map). These amounts have increased but are not etched in stone and will change. Nowcasting with radar and banding of the snow will be key in how much snow falls. The snow will taper off Monday night.

Morning snow over Eastern areas will give way to sunshine behind the storm on Tuesday.

More tranquil conditions are expected for the rest of the week. Readings will be below the average high of 48º.

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Tonight:

Periods of rain. Freezing rain and sleet well inland with an icing continuing. Precipitation will taper off. Northeast winds at 10-20mph with gusts to 30mph at the coast.

Monday:

Mixed precipitation going over to periods of snow. The snow may come down heavy at times West of the City. Highs in the 30s. North to Northeast winds at 10-20mph.

Tuesday:

Early morning snow East, otherwise partly sunny, breezy and cool. Highs around 40º.

Wednesday:

Partly sunny.. Highs in the lower 40s.

Thursday:

Partly sunny.. Highs in the lower 40s.

Friday:

Partly sunny.. Highs in the lower 40s.

Snow, Mix, Rain Developing Depending on Location…

 

Synopsis:.

Today will go downhill quickly. A storm over the midwest will begin to transfer it’s energy to a developing low pressure over the Delmarva Peninsula. There will be enough cold air at the onset for a snow/mix for much of the area beginning later this morning. Mainly rain is expected for Monmouth and Ocean counties and Eastern Long Island. Warmer air will work in as the storm intensifies just East of New Jersey. This will cause most of the frozen precipitation to go over to rain. The exception is areas to the North and West. Snow, sleet and freezing rain will likely continue. Here an accumulation is quite likely. Significant icing is likely possible as well. Up to a 1/4″ of glaze may accumulate. Potential snow/sleet amounts by Sunday Midnight are posted above (2nd map).

As the upper low swings to the coast it will capture the surface storm and redevelop it South of Long Island. This upper level feature will bring down cold air. Periods of rain changing to snow is likely. The heaviest precipitation looks to fall North & West of the City. Here the potential for accumulating snow is likely. At this time, the City and coast may receive a minor accumulation. Potential snow amounts by Monday Midnight are posted above (3rd map). The second punch will deliver more snow closer to the urban corridor. These amounts are not etched in stone and will change.

Behind the storm the sun will return Tuesday. Readings will be below average through the upcoming week. The average high is 48º.

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Today:

A mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain and rain in the morning (depending on your location). Most areas will go over to rain. North and West a mix will continue with freezing rain and sleet. Highs in the 30s. 40s over South Central NJ and Eastern Long Island. East to Northeast winds at 10-15mph increasing with gusts up to 25mph at the coast.

Tonight:

Periods of rain. Freezing rain and sleet well inland with an icing situation.  Northeast winds at 10-20mph with gusts to 30mph at the coast.

Monday:

Mixed precipitation going over to periods of wet snow. Steadiest and heaviest precipitation will be North and West. Highs in the 30s.

Tuesday:

Partly sunny, breezy and cool. Highs around 40º.

Wednesday:

Partly sunny.. Highs in the lower 40s.

Thursday:

Partly sunny.. Highs in the lower 40s.

Wintry Second Half of the Weekend…

 

Synopsis:.

Thickening clouds tonight. All readings will be near or below freezing.

Sunday will go downhill quickly. A storm over the midwest will begin to transfer it’s energy to a developing low pressure over the Delmarva Peninsula. There will be enough cold air at the onset for a snow/mix for much of the area beginning Sunday morning. Mainly rain is expected for Ocean county. Warmer air will work in as the storm intensifies just East of New Jersey. This will cause most of the frozen precipitation to go over to rain. The exception is areas to the North and West. Snow, sleet and freezing rain will likely continue. Here an accumulation is quite likely. Potential snow/sleet amounts by Sunday Midnight are posted above (2nd map). There will most likely be more sleet and freezing rain inland with the first punch from this storm. These amounts are not etched in stone and will change.

As the upper low swings to the coast it will capture the surface storm and redevelop it South of Long Island. This upper level feature will bring down cold air. Periods of rain changing to snow is likely. The heaviest precipitation looks to fall North & West of the City. Here the potential for accumulating snow is likely. At this time, the City and coast may receive a minor accumulation. Potential snow amounts by Monday Midnight are posted above (3rd map). The second punch will deliver more snow closer to the urban corridor. These amounts are not etched in stone and will change.

Behind the storm the sun will return Tuesday. Readings will be below average through the upcoming week. The average high is 48º.

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Tonight:

Thickening clouds. Cold. Lows around freezing in the urban corridor, the teens and 20s inland.  Northwest to Northeast winds at 5-10mph.

Sunday:

A mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain and rain in the morning (depending on your location). Most areas will go over to rain. North and West a mix will continue. Highs in the 30s. 4os over South Central NJ.

Monday:

Mixed precipitation going over to periods of wet snow. Steadiest and heaviest precipitation will be North and West. Highs in the 30s.

Tuesday:

Partly sunny, breezy and cool. Highs around 40º.

Wednesday:

Partly sunny.. Highs in the lower 40s.

Thursday:

Partly sunny.. Highs in the lower 40s.

Saturday the Better Half of the Weekend…

 

Synopsis:.

The weekend will be a 50/50 split. High pressure over Eastern Canada will dominate our weather for today-high clouds will filter the sun. It’ll be chilly. Readings will be several degrees below the average high of 49º.

Thickening clouds tonight. All readings will be below freezing.

Sunday will go downhill quickly. A storm over the midwest will begin to transfer it’s energy to a developing low pressure over the Delmarva Peninsula. There will be enough cold air at the onset for a snow/mix for much of the area beginning Sunday morning. Mainly rain is expected for Ocean county. Warmer air will work in as the storm intensifies just East of New Jersey. This will cause most of the frozen precipitation to go over to rain. The exception is areas to the North and West. Snow, sleet and freezing rain will likely continue. Here an accumulation is quite likely. Potential snow/sleet amounts by Sunday Midnight are posted above (2nd map). These amounts are not etched in stone and will change.

As the upper low swings to the coast it will capture the surface storm and redevelop it South of Long Island. This upper level feature will bring down cold air. Periods of rain changing to snow is likely. The heaviest precipitation looks to fall North & West of the City. Here the potential for accumulating snow is likely. At this time, the City and coast may receive a minor accumulation. Potential snow amounts by Monday Midnight are posted above (3rd map). These amounts are not etched in stone and will change.

Behind the storm the sun will return on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Today:

Sunshine filtered through high clouds. Chilly. Highs in the lower 40s. Northwest winds at 5-10mph.

Tonight:

Thickening clouds. Cold. Lows around freezing in the urban corridor, the teens and 20s inland.  Northwest to Northeast winds at 5-10mph.

Sunday:

A mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain and rain in the morning (depending on your location). Most areas will go over to rain. North and West a mix will continue. Highs in the 30s. 4os over South Central NJ.

Monday:

Mixed precipitation going over to periods of wet snow. Steadiest and heaviest precipitation will be North and West. Highs in the 30s.

Tuesday:

Partly sunny, breezy and cool. Highs around 40º.

Wednesday:

Partly sunny.. Highs in the lower 40s.

Shoppers Delight. Sunny & Cool…

 

Synopsis:.

The weather will cooperate for shoppers on Black Friday despite the chill. Skies will be sunny with readings a few degrees below the average high of 50º as high pressure noses in from East-Central Canada.

Tonight will be clear and cold with lights winds. Readings will fall below freezing throughout.

The weekend will be a 50/50 split. High pressure over Eastern Canada will dominate our weather for Saturday-the sun will dominate.

There will be a developing storm on the Mid-Atlantic coast Sunday. Enough cold air at the onset will set the stage for a snow or mix for much of the area beginning Sunday morning. Mainly rain is expected for Ocean county. Warmer air will work in as the storm intensifies just East of New Jersey. This will cause most of the frozen precipitation to go over to rain. The exception is areas to the North and West. Snow, sleet and freezing rain will likely continue. Here an accumulation is quite likely.

As the upper low swings to the coast it will capture the surface storm and redevelop it South of Long Island. This upper level feature will bring down cold air. Periods of rain changing to snow is likely. The heaviest precipitation looks to fall North & West of the City. Here the potential for accumulating snow is likely. At this time, the City and coast may receive a minor accumulation.

Behind the storm the sun will return on Tuesday.

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Today:

Sunny, breezy and chilly. Highs in the mid 40s. Northwest winds at 10-15mph.

Tonight:

Clear and cold. Lows around 30º in the urban corridor, the 20s inland.  Northwest winds at 5-10mph.

Saturday:

Mostly sunny. Chilly. Highs in the lower 40s.

Sunday:

A mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain and rain in the morning (depending on your location). Most areas will go over to rain. North and West a mix will continue. Highs in the upper 30s.

Monday:

Mixed precipitation going over to periods of wet snow. Steadiest and heaviest precipitation will be North and West. Highs in the upper 30s.

Tuesday:

Partly sunny, windy and cool. Highs around 40º.

Bright, Windy & Cool Thanksgiving…

 

Synopsis:.

Thanksgiving will be cooler and windy under mostly sunny skies. A strong Northwest flow will be with us do to a powerful Canadian maritime storm and strong high pressure over Central Canada. I’d like to wish all of my followers a Happy Thanksgiving!

The weather will cooperate for shoppers on Black Friday despite the chill. Skies will be sunny with readings just below the average high of 50º.

High pressure over Eastern Canada will dominate our weather for the beginning of the weekend. Saturday will feature plenty of sun and will be the better half of the weekend.

There will be a developing storm for the Mid-Atlantic coast for the second half of the weekend. On Sunday, rain is expected along the coast. Inland, the mix will go over to rain.

Monday will be mostly cloudy with scattered rain and snow showers.

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Thanksgiving:

Mostly sunny, windy and cooler. Highs around 50º. Northwest winds at 15-30mph with gusts up to 45mph.

Tonight:

Clear and colder. Windy early. Lows near freezing in the urban corridor, the 20s inland.  Northwest winds at 15-30mph. The winds will slowly abate.

Friday:

Sunny, breezy and chilly. Highs in the mid 40s.

Saturday:

Mostly sunny. Chilly. Highs in the lower 40s.

Saturday:

Rain along the coast. Any mixed precipitation will go over to rain inland. Highs in the mid 40s.

Monday:

Mostly cloudy with scattered rain and or snow showers. Highs around 40º.

Mild Getaway Day Wednesday. Scattered Showers…

 

Synopsis:.

High pressure off the coast will result in a mild Southerly wind through today. Readings will be well above the average high of 50º. Getaway day Wednesday will feature more clouds than sun  as cool front will approach. Scattered showers are likely mainly from midday on. There will be dry times.

Thanksgiving will be cooler and windy under a mix of sun and clouds. A strong Northwest flow will be with us do to a powerful Canadian maritime storm and strong high pressure over Central Canada. The weather will cooperate for shoppers on Black Friday despite the chill.

High pressure over Eastern Canada will dominate our weather for the beginning of the weekend. Saturday will feature plenty of sun and will be the better half of the weekend.

There will be a developing storm for the Mid-Atlantic coast for the second half of the weekend. There is the potential for a mix of rain and snow developing late Saturday night. On Sunday enough warm air should work into the area for mainly rain along the coast. Even inland the mix most likely will go over to rain.

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Wednesday (Getaway Day):

Mostly cloudy and mild. Scattered showers are likely mainly in the afternoon. Highs in the mid to upper 50s. East to South winds at 5-10mph.

Tonight:

Becoming partly cloudy and windy. Lows in the 40s throughout. West winds increasing to 15-30mph with higher gusts late.

Thanksgiving:

Partly sunny, windy and cooler. Highs around 50º with readings falling during the afternoon.

Friday:

Mostly sunny, breezy and chilly. Highs in the mid 40s.

Saturday:

Partly sunny. Chilly. Highs in the lower 40s.

Saturday:

Rain along the coast. Mix of snow and rain inland going over to rain. Highs around 40º.

Sunny, Mild Tuesday…

 

Synopsis:.

High pressure off the coast will result in a mild Southwesterly wind through Wednesday. Readings will be well above the average high of 51º. Today will be mainly sunny. On getaway Wednesday a cool front will approach. Clouds will dominate and spotty showers are possible.

Thanksgiving will be much cooler and windy under a mix of sun and clouds. A strong Northwest flow will be with us do to a powerful Canadian maritime storm and strong high pressure over Central Canada. The weather will cooperate for shoppers on Black Friday despite the chill.

High pressure over Eastern Canada will dominate our weather for the beginning of the weekend. Saturday will feature plenty of sun.

There will be a developing storm on the map over the East on Sunday. How this all plays out at this time is anybody’s guess. Precipitation is likely. There will be cold air just to our North.

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Today:

Mostly sunny, very mild. Highs in the upper 50s to around 60º. Southwest winds at 5-10mph.

Tonight:

Partly cloudy. Lows in the lower to mid 40s in the City, the 30s inland. Southwest to East winds less than 5mph.

Wednesday (Getaway Day):

Partly sunny, breezy and mild. Spot showers are possible. Highs in the upper 50s.

Thanksgiving:

Partly sunny, windy and much cooler. Highs around 50º with readings falling during the afternoon.

Friday:

Partly sunny, breezy and chilly. Highs in the mid 40s.

Saturday:

Sun to clouds. Chilly. Highs in the lower 40s.