The low pressure system that is located near the Ohio River early this morning will be tracking to the east. A warm front, now located north of the WJZ viewing area, will continue to press to the north. So, we can expect temperatures to soar well into the mid and upper-50s, with rain accompanied by a thunderstorm in a few spots.
The wind will be increasing this afternoon as the low pressure system slides across Pennsylvania and New England on its way out into the Atlantic. Therefore, we will see the winds shift to the north and northwest, and some of the gusts could be as high as 50 or 55 mph this afternoon and early tonight. After that, we can expect the winds to diminish, and it will be getting/turning colder.
Temperatures tomorrow probably won’t manage to get out of the mid or upper-40s, and then the focus of our attention will be on an upper-level disturbance in the Great Lakes tomorrow morning, which will be moving into the Eastern Region tomorrow night and on Sunday. While there won’t be a well-defined wave of low pressure forming on the surface weather charts until this impulse of energy reaches the New England Coast Sunday afternoon, the current consensus amongst the models is that there should be a swath of light snow tomorrow afternoon that will be spreading eastward across upstate New York and the northern tier counties of Pennsylvania and pressing across areas mostly to your north on Sunday morning. Beyond that, the next wave of low pressure moving out of the Midwest will bring with it some milder air, rain and a gusty breeze for Monday. Temperatures on Monday should soar into the lower-60s, and then it will start to turn just a bit cooler on Tuesday.
Have a good weekend !!!!