Tim Williams’ Weather Blog
With a moist flow off the Atlantic, low stratus has settled in over the I-95 corridor from just north of Baltimore up into New England.
High pressure early Sunday morning is situated off the New England coast, just south of Nova Scotia. It is a rather large area of high pressure, which has wedged itself along the central and southern Appalachians.
On the weather map we have high pressure centered over upstate New York Saturday morning.
Any leftover clouds this morning will give way to a good deal of afternoon sunshine.
Sky cover a little tricky Saturday with southerly flow around departing high and ahead of the approaching front.
Unlike the past two days, which have brought us unlimited sunshine, there will be a few high and mid-level clouds around Friday.
High pressure is promoting clear skies and light winds over the area early this morning.
Looks like we are in shape for nice weather this weekend.
The weather map reveals a cold front that extends down from an area of low pressure in Atlantic Canada, through the Northeast and into the Ohio Valley.
Surface map early Sunday morning shows an area of low pressure over southern Maine with a weakening front across the Northeast and into the Ohio Valley.
The long holiday weekend is underway, and while it will have the feel of summer with humidity up and warmer than average temperatures, we will have some wet weather at times in the form of showers and thunderstorms (including the possibility of some localized flooding downpours any day, and perhaps a more widespread risk Labor Day) that will send some dashing indoors over the next three days.
High pressure will dominate the Northeast region Sunday and allow for beautiful weather to close out the weekend.