We are in for another chilly night and many spots will be challenging their record low temps.
On the weather map, the corridor of showers and thunderstorms that brought rain to the region yesterday and overnight has shifted just south and east of the city.
The weekend began with an abundance of sunshine thanks to an elongated area of high pressure along the coast of the Northeast, and this high will continue to heavily influence our weather over the next couple of days (especially today).
The recent decent weather pattern will continue for us for the weekend.
Another nice day on tap as high pressure remains locked in across the Northeast, and with a good bit of sunshine temperatures will climb into the 70s once again.
Some nice weather continues this weekend followed by the chance of some wet, cloudy and cooler weather moving in Sunday night and the first couple of days of the workweek, then a backing off of the rain chance as we head into Wednesday and Thursday.
High pressure across the Northeast Sunday will provide for a nice, sun-filled conclusion to the weekend.
Most of the severe weather reports over the last 24 hours were from damaging winds, as expected.
Spotty light rain showers and drizzle will move out of the region Monday afternoon, but the clouds will linger around.
On the weather map, low pressure continues to sit and spin over southeast Canada circulating cool air across the Northeast early Sunday morning.
Skies will be mostly clear Saturday night as high pressure dominates the forecast through the weekend.
That back door front that had moved southward into the area Thursday evening set the stage for the cool, wet weather we had yesterday as the cold front front the wild week-long storm traversing the country moved eastward.