A beautiful sunny dry and pleasant Wednesday afternoon will be followed by an even warmer and sunny Thursday!
A beautiful start to this Tuesday ended with a batch of showers and some brief gusty winds.
After a really nice day Monday, some clouds and showers are on tap tomorrow, as a quick moving system will approach from the west.
Overall, today has brought improvement to the region.
The base of a strong, upper level trough has edged off the eastern seaboard as of early this morning.
Expect winter-like conditions today with a breeze, clouds and limited sun, and isolated flurries and snow showers, some mixed with rain, are likely across the viewing area today, especially later.
A cold weekend on tap for the entire region! Well below normal temperatures are in store for both Saturday and Sunday.
A warm front will get nudged northeastward over the next several hours, allowing for a surge of warmer air by tomorrow afternoon.
High pressure will shift off the East Coast tomorrow, turning our flow southeasterly. A warm front will approach from the southwest, bringing a passing shower and struggle to get through tomorrow night.
Ready for 70 degrees. I am talking about me, and you?
Although we will have a brief warm-up later this week, we just can’t seem to shake off winter!
As of early this morning, chillier, Canadian air is building into the region following the passage of a cold front last night Soundings reveal a good deal of dry air through the atmospheric profile… which would promote mainly sunny skies today; though, it will be a fight between downsloping low level flow and low level instability for extent of cloud cover, especially this afternoon.