WEATHER BLOG: Drab Sunday
Current surface map shows a stalled frontal boundary strung along the east coast from New England down into the panhandle of Florida. A wave of low pressure will move along the front just off the coast of New Jersey towards New England. This low pressure is allowing for the rain that is moving through the region early this morning. The area of rain will move off shore by this early afternoon east of I-95. A few afternoon thunderstorms will then move in from the west by this evening. Looks like for now the area of showers and thunderstorms will be west of I-95 today leaving the major
cities along I-95 and points east to be dry. There is a short wave moving through the Ohio Valley this morning into the mid-Atlantic by this afternoon. This will help fire those afternoon thunderstorms in central MD/PA/NY. Hi res models do not have precip in the I-95 cord and to the east but given the shortwave… can not rule it out something spotty. Temperatures will get into the upper 70s to low 80s today with a mostly cloudy sky. Maybe a few breaks of sun in the afternoon. By this evening the showers and thunderstorms will move east and weaken in coverage area throughout the night.