Unseasonably warm weather Sunday through early next week.
The warmest day will be Monday with temperatures the highest so far this year…close to the record of 90. Rainfall will remain sparse for the balance of the week, though there will be a few opportunities for light showers…Sunday (especially in the a.m.), Wednesday and again on Friday.
- Springtime is often thunder time, but despite a major outbreak of severe storms in the Central States (* about 100 reports of tornadoes through early Sunday morning), all the jet stream energy driving the storms will move into central Canada, allowing a much weaker system to cross the Northeast Monday night. In fact we will probably have a dry weak cold frontal passage with the system. Hard to believe!
- Opportunity for a significant rainfall this weekend.
Sunday: Clouds and a few spotty showers in the morning will give way to sun. Breezes from the southwest will deliver much warmer air in p.m.
Sunday night: Very mild. Mainly clear with patchy fog, especially in the suburbs.
Monday: Big news is the heat … sunshine boosts temps well into 80s! Warmest day so far this year.
Monday: Weakening/moisture-starved cold front passes. Just clouds, no rain expected. Maybe (?) a shower NW of city, but doubtful.
Tuesday: Sunshine, breezy and warm, but not quite as hot as Monday.