The surface analysis this morning shows a large area of high pressure, centered over the Great lakes.
The rain which soaked much of the area late on Wednesday night and early yesterday has moved on.
The current coastal low will continue to move out to the ENE through the afternoon.
The weather pattern will be deteriorating this afternoon and evening as fall’s first nor’easter moves up the Atlantic Seaboard.
The weather pattern will be deteriorating gradually over the next 8-12 hours.
High pressure early this morning is continuing to spread out across the Northeast’s interior, and it is delivering some cool, crisp and dry air.
The short term forecast remains quiet with a northwesterly flow and cooler air moving across the area.
First, we’ll have a fairly gentle breeze Monday as bright sunshine returns to much of the area.
A shower or thunderstorm will be possible this evening out ahead of a cold front that is slated to cross the region tonight.
This morning we have two weather systems affecting our region today.
High pressure over the coast of Nova Scotia will allow for southeast flow across the region today.
A cool and comfortable start to this Purple Friday.