Karen Remains Weak Weather Remains Quiet
Hello Angry fans. Angry Ben and I discussed the tropics last night and the beautiful weather we’ve been having. He still thinks we have a few warm days left, and I agree. Angry also touched on the possibility of some real fall weather briefly during the first weekend of October.
The satellite is clear this morning, but we should see clouds moving in as the day goes on. Those clouds off to the west is a cold front that’ll modify the air a bit tomorrow. The NYC area will have a chance of an afternoon/evening shower today and highs near 80.
Tomorrow we cool off into the mid 70’s briefly, then we bounce back to 80’s again on Saturday. The winds begin to shift on Sunday with the next front moving through, but I think the big wind shift holds off till Monday. Highs Sunday should be in the upper 70’s to near 80 range, then low to mid 70’s on Monday with a NNE wind.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
Angry’s long range still has a few warm days left and we could see near 80 temps mid week. A strong high pressure system will head down from Canada, possibly settling over the Northeast by the first weekend of October. If this pans out, the area could see a taste of some real brisk, fall weather before high pressure moves offshore and the airmass modifies again.
Tropical Storm Karen remains weak and the steering currents required to make such a turn west might finish the job on her. A downgrade to depression status is expected eventually, then I’ll have to see if she just fades out completely or barely holds together as a wave or depression.
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