Sunday’s surface map has a cold front stretching from North Carolina stretching back into central Mississippi through central Louisiana into the Gulf of Mexico. High pressure will build into northern Texas behind the cold front. A warm front will stretch through the eastern Dakotas with a low pressure centered in Manitoba with a trailing cold front through Canada. There is upper level energy over the Pacific Ocean, which will move onshore later Monday which will be a key player in the potential winter storm on Wednesday.
As for our area, the cold front that moved through the area Saturday night will allow for a much cooler day Sunday than Saturday’s spring-like day. Sunday will be a bit breezy with a north-westerly wind, making the temperatures feel like the lower 40s throughout the day. The low pressure over Manitoba will move through central New York late which will shift our winds out of the southwest late Sunday night and Monday. With the southwesterly flow, this will allow for Monday to be more seasonable with our high temperatures in the lower 60s.
A stronger low pressure will move through New England on Tuesday allowing for even warmer air to move into our region from the south. This will be the warmest day of the week and will truly feel like spring with high temps in the 60s.
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