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GUSTY NYC SHOWERS STORMS POSSIBLE OVERNIGHT AND TOMORROW
Good morning everyone. Clouds and fog are here for many locales in and around the NYC area. This is associated with our next system which is marching through the Ohio River Valley all the way down to the Gulf of Mexico. It’s stretched out signature will save us from the widespread severe weather going on in the Southeast, but we should still see some strong action here, especially just to our west.
Varying amounts of low clouds and fog will be rolling in and out all day, while the towering clouds associated with the heavy showers/thundershowers sneak in under the camouflage. Depending on how much sun can peek through and when, expect highs in the 65-70 realm for most parts (cooler at the shore); some areas could break 70 if the sunny patches are timed just right.
We’ll have the chance of some drizzle and/or light rain at any point beyond now, but the real stuff moves in some time between 9pm-1am tonight. We’ll have the chance of showers and thundershowers overnight, with the bulk of the heaviest action possible tomorrow morning. Localized flooding is possible in poor drainage areas, as well as the notorious spots on the Belt, Major Deegan, Jackie Robinson, and other major thoroughfares with inadequate storm drains. Give yourself some extra tomorrow if commuting.
Also, we’ll have gusty winds associated with any heavy showers or thundershowers, so use caution and secure any light outdoor furniture if you put it out early.
The bulk of the action is gone by mid to late morning tomorrow, but we’ll still have the chance for a shower or storm at any point during the day as we still have some instability to clear out. We’ll start out in the upper 50’s to low 60’s, then fall through the 50’s as that front clears and cool air moves in.
Tomorrow night will be chilly and windy, with upper 30’s to low 40’s as lows, and low to mid 30’s away from the City. This is why I told everyone to hold off with the planting even though we’re on good footing for a nice spring. When these systems pass, a cold night is still possible, which could damage young and delicate plants/seeds; so hold off until the usual May window.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
Tuesday and Wednesday remain sunny and dry, with Tuesday being the windier of the two. Highs will be int he 60-65 range, with Wednesday feeling warmer due to the lack of a stiff breeze.
Our next system moves in for Thursday, but I’m going to continue to hold off on the timeline until we get our current system out of here.
MANY THANKS TO TROPICAL TIDBITS FOR THE USE OF MAPS
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