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NYC MILD WINDY WEDNESDAY SHOWERY PATTERN DEVELOPING
Good morning everyone. As advertised, an impressive low pressure system clipped the NYC area overnight, with steadier rain and stronger winds the further east you went. Rain has pulled away from the Long Island area, but still hanging around SE New England. For us, that means a sunny and windy day today, but an overall showery and active period is brewing.
Clouds are gone and the wind is here, with tight pressure gradient as that low wraps up and high pressure heads in. We have wind advisories in effect with that low even more vigorous than expected. Expect wind gusts in the 40+ realm, but at least we’ll be on the mild side today. Look for highs in the low to mid 60’s.
We’ll have another dry day tomorrow before our next system comes in for Friday. However, the wind sticks around and we lose a few degrees as cooler air heads in. It won’t be as windy as today, but we could still see a few gusts in the 25-30 range late morning and early afternoon. Highs tomorrow in the mid 50’s, then clouds slowly increase after a sunny start.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
We could see some drizzle or a scattered shower anytime after midnight tomorrow night and into Friday morning, but the bulk of the steady stuff doesn’t head in till late morning/early afternoon. It’ll be a raw soaker, with periods of rain and highs in the mid to upper 40’s.
Rain continues Friday night and temps hold steady, so no rain/snow mix at any point during this thing in the NYC area.
For your weekend, rain pulls away early Saturday morning, then look for partial clearing. Sunny skies will help propel us into the low 60’s, so we’ll salvage a nice day out of cloudy and moist start. On Sunday, we’ll be slightly cooler, but we remain dry. Early sun is expected, then we increase the clouds again as yet another system approaches; highs in the upper 50’s to maybe some low 60’s in spots.
Looking down the road, it seems as if we get a rainmaker into the area every 3-5 days coming up. Monday/Tuesday is looking like one of those systems will be in the neighborhood. I continue to see nothing extreme as far as cold OR warmth, just your typical April showers and a steady, seasonable climb temp-wise as we go on and 60’s becoming more common in between the shmutz,
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