NYC Pleasant Weather Ahead Before Warmup
Good morning everyone. I know it’s hard to imagine, but we have some nice weather coming into NYC over the course of the next several hours. It’ll also stay here for a few days before warmer, more humid, and more active weather creeps in.
We have 1 more round of light to moderate showers moving through over the next hour or so, then partial clearing will ensue. Winds will also begin to pick up as our northwesterly flow starts. It’s a good bet by mid to late afternoon, that we’ll see partly cloudy skies and a breezy/gusty day; but that’ll help dry things out very fast. Look for 75-80 degree temps in most spots once the sun comes out, even at the shore. Our first day of summer will be slightly below average temp-wise, but at least we salvage the day on a good note.
Your weekend is looking fantastic, starting off with a breezy day tomorrow, sunny skies, low humidity, and 80-85 degree temps; even all the way to the shore again. On Sunday, we rinse and repeat, but dial back the wind. Highs 80-85, but we’ll have to see if a sea breeze develops or not at the immediate shore. Either way, it’ll be a gorgeous early summer day.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
We might squeeze out one more nice day on Monday with 80-85 degree temps and a sunny start. Then, the gears go into motion in terms of bringing warmer and more humid air into the area. So far, our transition period looks like Tuesday into Wednesday; with clouds and the chance of showers and storms, humid, and upper 70’s to low 80’s Tuesday. If we can clear things out halfway through Wednesday, we could see mid to upper 80’s, and humid conditions pop.
Beyond that, I want to see if the warm front can make the full push and get away from us. If this happens, look for a very warm, to possibly hot and humid end of the week/next weekend.
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