NYC MILD WEATHER APPROACHING BIG SNOWS ELUSIVE

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NYC MILD WEATHER APPROACHING BIG SNOWS ELUSIVE

 

Good morning everyone and happy Sunday! We have a beautiful day ahead in the New York City area today, with a mild and dry stretch lasting till mid-week. Then, and elongated fetch of moisture will give us an equal amount of gloom before we clear out and cool off again next weekend. However, the big, organized snows remain very elusive; and it’s getting a little late in the game with 6 weeks left on average   for the chance of any big, all snow systems.

EASTERN SATELLITE

storm free

Today is looking perfect out considering the biting cold we’ve had in and out this winter. Sunny skies will prevail and most areas should see mid 40’s except for the immediate shores (low 40’s). We cool off into the upper 20’s to low 30’s tonight, then we start the week off on a mild note.

REGIONAL RADAR

storm free

Sunshine remains with us tomorrow as the NYC area goes for 50, but again, cooler at the shores with mid to upper 40’s. Clouds come in tomorrow night and act as a blanket to keep most of the area above freezing at night for the first time in a couple of weeks; but we could see a spotty shower associated with a weak area of energy passing to our north, and a system going well to our south.

For Tuesday, I remain skeptical as to how high we go temp-wise. Between Monday night’s energy departing, and a reinforcing shot of cooler air coming in Tuesday night for Wednesday, our window is very small to go warm. For now, I’m sticking with a mild 50-55 for Tuesday unless I see any major changes.

Wednesday, clouds increase as the day goes on and rain most likely moves in Wednesday night; highs in the upper 30’s to low 40’s. With that moisture fetch and a boundary wavering north and sinking south, clouds and rain will be with us probably till some time on Friday. As far as temps, I’m going to take it day by day to see what side of the front we’re on. Look for anything ranging from mid 40’s to low 50’s depending on where we stand at any given moment.

LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY

storm free

If things move along at a decent pace, we could clear out on Saturday; but average, early- February temps will sneak back in. We could also get one more dry day on Sunday before another system transits the area for next Monday, but that’s too far out and we have much to get through first.

LOCAL RADAR PHILADELPHIA
storm free

For the very cold air, we catch a break, but plenty of cold air is still available and winter isn’t over. In the same fashion, milder air will begin to be easier to tap, so we could see these volatile swings as we head into mid to late February. That could also equate into some stronger systems, but snow-friendly system paths are impossible to come by right now.

Any flakes we do see at this point, remain looking like onset-snows quickly changing to rain as systems get closer.

 

 

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