NYC LONG RANGE OUTLOOK
NYC LONG RANGE OUTLOOK
NYC LONG RANGE OUTLOOK – Good morning my Angry Weather fans! Today we will be discussing the long range forecast and what it means for the area. But first, let’s get through the next few days, which are rather nice and uneventful. I like to keep things as simple as possible, so this is perfect. Today through Saturday are all pretty much carbon copies of each other, with sunny conditions, highs 60-65, and a light NW breeze. Clouds will increase late Saturday afternoon and into the late evening, setting us up for our first system in a series of events that will bring us back to reality.
The first system will move in late Saturday night/early Sunday, giving us some more much needed rain. The low pressure will take a somewhat similar route as yesterday’s, but behind it there will be much colder air available for it to pull down from Canada. Models were a little bullish yesterday and have calmed down slightly today, but the end result will be the same. Expect a steady rain event Saturday night, becoming more scattered as we head into the day on Sunday. Winds will increase out of the NNW and it wouldn’t surprise me to see wind advisories. Also, I won’t rule out a few wet snowflakes or a brief snow squall as the storm begins to depart. As we get closer to Sunday, I will take a closer look as far as the possibility of seeing any flakes.
Beyond Sunday, our coldest air of the season moves in, briefly albeit before a warmup followed by another possible shot of relatively cool air. Monday will be the coldest day of next week, with sunny and blustery conditions, highs 40-45. Tuesday will be in mid to upper 40’s. Lows will be in the mid to upper 30’s both Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday temps will modify a bit with the approach of another system, highs near 55.
Let’s get through this weekend first, then I will discuss Thanksgiving weekend, where another system will approach the area and give us another shot at some precip/cold air. In essence, for the next few weeks, we will be locked in an active pattern in which several fast moving systems will bring good amounts of precip, cold air behind it, followed by a brief warmup, another system, and a period of unseasonably cold weather. November has finally arrived.
NYC LONG RANGE OUTLOOK – Yesterday’s storm has departed, leaving dry air and slightly unseasonably warm temps, for now.
Northeast Radar summary is looking clear in our area.
WINTER WEATHER OUTLOOK VIDEOS
In case you missed them I’ve been previewing the upcoming winter in a series of posts and videos. Here are the first 2. More will be coming along. Links to the latest posts are below.
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