NYC MORNING FOG AFTERNOON APRIL
NYC MORNING FOG AFTERNOON APRIL
NYC MORNING FOG AFTERNOON APRIL – Good soupy morning everyone. As promised, the fog is here along with our mild weather. In our area, this is usually the case when warm air tries to make a push after a cold winter and very cold water temps.
Look for drizzle and fog to stick around until late morning/early afternoon; replaced by mostly cloudy skies and highs 60-65 in most areas aside from the immediate coast. In coastal areas, clouds and fog will be a little bit more stubborn, plus with the cold ocean influence, 55-60 will be just about the best they can do.
It’ll be a repeat for tomorrow in terms of morning fog and drizzle, but the potential is there for it to burn off a little earlier than today. The more sun we get early, the higher we will go away from the shore. Expect temps near 70 in the NYC area, especially downtown Brooklyn, central areas of Queens, the Bronx, and your typically warmer areas of Manhattan away from the West Side hwy/FDR. If we can extract a good amount of sun by mid to late morning, we could break 70. Same story for the coast, expect fog and drizzle to stick around a little longer; highs in the upper 50’s to low 60’s.
The record high in Central Park for tomorrow was 68 degrees set in 1930. We could break it, but it’s going to be a close call on that one, especially if the fog and drizzle remain stubborn. As far as breaking the high for all of February, 1930, 1985, 1991, and 1997 were notorious winters in which several records fell; I don’t think we go for it here and 1 day doesn’t make an entire season.
Scattered rain and clouds will be in and out for the rest of the week and weekend. We return to reality as well, with upper 40’s to low 50’s (above average, but typical when February turns mild) to finish out the week and into the weekend.
In the long range, it looks as if we remain mild almost to the end of February, but normal to slightly below normal temps try to make a return for our entry into March. The pattern remains active in terms of systems and plenty of cold air is available up north if a large one decides to throw us a curveball. However, there are still no big blizzards or Nor’easters on the immediate horizon.
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