NYC Temp Swings During Relatively Quiet Week
After a miserable and raw day yesterday, we begin to slowly recover as rain, mixed precipitation, and snow affecting interior parts of NY and New England, pull away. It’ll be a generally quiet week, but temperatures will vary 5-10 degrees day to day.
We start out with a cloudy morning today, then we’ll slowly introduce some blue patches and sunshine. By sunset, we may even have clear to partly cloudy skies for a grand sunset. Highs today will be in the upper 40’s to low 50’s.
Overnight, cooler air dips in behind our system conglomerate, giving us a fairly cool day day tomorrow. Expect sun and clouds, highs in the mid 40’s for the most part. We’ll also have a steady NW wind, and that’ll make it feel cooler on exposed skin.
Thursday looks like the best day of the week, with full sunshine returning and highs in the low to mid 50’s. Overnight, we’ll cloud up with our next system approaching, but it’s looking rather uneventful.
Look for more clouds than sun on Friday, and we’ll be on the mild side of that weak system. We’ll have the slight chance of some scattered light showers, but not before we get into the 55-60 range of temps as highs.
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For your weekend, cooler air filters in and we’ll see if any residual energy develops on the tail end of Friday’s system. Overall I think we remain dry, breezy, and cool, but clouds may creep in late and the slight chance of a shower overnight Saturday. Highs look like mid 40’s for now.
Sunday looks like a similar story, where we watch and see what develops. We could have a cloudy morning with clearing late, slight chance of a shower/sprinkle; and highs in the mid to upper 40’s.
Overall, are pattern remains fast-paced and active, which is why we have the yo-yo high temps day to day. Most of our weather systems are vigorous, but their low pressure centers and going west and north of us aside from yesterday. That puts us in seasonally mild air temporarily, then cold air rushes in, and then a quick moderation where we rinse and repeat.
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