COMPACT NOREASTER LIKE SYSTEM EXPECTED SATURDAY
COMPACT NOREASTER LIKE SYSTEM EXPECTED SATURDAY – Good morning everyone! As we wake up this morning, the sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and everything seems just fine. However, something angry is lurking and it’s heading our way just in time to ruin a good amount of the weekend.
The sun today will eventually give way to clouds, high and thin at first, then lowering and thickening tonight, highs in the low 60’s. There will be a slight chance of rain before daybreak, but then the steady stuff moves in by late morning/early afternoon tomorrow as low pressure hits the coast and strengthens. During this process, winds will pick up as well, especially along the immediate shore.
A COMPACT BUT FAIRLY POTENT STSTEM WILL MAKE ITS WAY UP THE NE COAST FOR SATURDAY
From Saturday afternoon onward, we could see a stiff wind of 15-20 mph, with gusts 25-30mph away from the coast, and 40-45mph along the coast. As far as rain is concerned, we’re looking at 1-2″ in most areas, opening up the chance of some localized street flooding in typical poor drainage areas. Highs tomorrow will barely reach 50, so break out the fall gear for a day because it’s going to feel like mid November. Please take note that this is a compact and fast moving storm, so we have to wait and see where the heaviest rain bands set up in order to see who gets the most rain.
STRONG WINDS LIKELY ALONG THE IMMEDIATE SHORE, BREEZY AND RAW ELSEWHERE
On Sunday, rain will linger in the morning as low pressure pulls away from the NYC area. Depending on how fast she moves out, we could in fact see some partial clearing by mid to late afternoon and maybe even a peek of sun. Also, if this nuisance out fast enough, we could see some mid 60’s Sunday despite some breezy westerlies, making it feel warm compared to the 50 degree temps tomorrow.
Now for the good news. Mid 60’s definitaley return for Monday with partly to mostly sunny skies, then the warm push begins. Highs on Tuesday look to be in the 70-75 range, then 75-80 range for Wednesday. As far as the warmth is concerned, I will fine tune and pinpoint which areas are most likely to see the warmest (and coolest) temps, once this storm passes and we get a more accurate idea of what’s on the other side of this mini Nor’easter.
COMPACT NOREASTER LIKE SYSTEM EXPECTED SATURDAY – Our low pressure system for tomorrow is visible in NW Arkansas, heading into the Tennessee Valley. It will emerge off of the VA, MD coast and move northeast.
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