NYC Morning Sprinkles Quiet Week Rainy Sunday
Good morning everyone. A departing area of energy is spinning back some clouds as we speak, and also giving some areas some morning sprinkles. Regardless, its still a very quiet week until Saturday night and Sunday, where we could see some steady rain in the area.
Look for some scattered morning sprinkles, but clouds will hang out in the area regardless. We’ll have some blue patches late, and a chilly day with highs in the mid 40’s.
Most of the clouds will be gone tomorrow, and we’ll enjoy the nicest day of the week. Expect bright sunshine, a light northwesterly flow, and highs a seasonal low 50’s.
Clouds increase overnight tomorrow, and that’ll represent Friday’s cold front coming in. It’s looking rather weak, but we could see a few showers between late morning and early afternoon. Some areas could see 60 on Friday before that cold front pushes through, then temps will drop and winds will pick up. In general, highs will be in the 55-60 range.
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Look for a chilly and breezy Saturday with bright sunshine early, then increasing clouds late. Highs in the low to mid 40’s.
Friday’s cold front is actually part of a daisy chain of weak systems, and some of that energy will be hanging back in the lower Midwest and Tennessee Valley. That’ll gain a little bit of steam and head into the area as a decent wave. We don’t expect anything insane, but we could see a steady cold rain late Saturday Night/Sunday morning, then we’ll see if it sticks around to keep showers in the forecast for Sunday afternoon.
After Sunday’s rain, we should return to another 3 days or so of quiet weather until our next system arrives late week next week. This one has the potential to make for a rainy Thanksgiving morning, but we have a long way to go in terms of timing it out.
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