WEATHER BLOG: Super Sunday
Another warm and dry day on tap for the region today. High pressure over New England will continue to provide beautiful weather for the weekend. Temperatures will be about a degree warmer today than they were yesterday. The flow will be light to variable but our 850mb temperatures did increase a bit today than yesterday. Today they will be near
15C. Tonight we will have the high pressure move off the New England coast into the Atlantic. This will allow for clouds to decrease and have a mainly clear night. Tomorrow a trough will dig into the Midwest while high pressure will remain in place in the Atlantic to allow for another, but last dry day across the region. We will see our flow increase out of the southeast which will allow for more clouds than the previous days which will hold back our temperatures a few degrees.
Tuesday will be the transition day where the base of the trough will move into the Great Lakes and a surface low will move up into Quebec with a trailing cold front through the Ohio Valley. High pressure off the Atlantic will allow the bulk of the showers and thunderstorms in western NY/PA/MD to hold off into mainly the afternoon in the I-95 and points east. Points west of the I-95 will see showers and thunderstorms move in by mid morning to late morning hours.