RELATIVELY COLD NYC NIGHT
RELATIVELY COLD NYC NIGHT
RELATIVELY COLD NYC NIGHT – Lake effect snow associated with winds from a low pressure system north of us by the St Lawrence River is having problems making it’s way over here. Snow is moving southeast (red arrow) from Lake Ontario but it significantly drying (dotted line) out as it crosses over the higher elevation areas of NY and PA. Anything that does make it past, turns to scattered light rain as it passes the blue line. Things will change tonight as temperatures will drop into the low 30’s tonight. However, the lake effect will lose the energy of the sun, and even though it will be cold enough for snow, the likelihood of any snow showers reaches us will be greatly diminished.
So for tonight, expect cold and windy conditions as a Wind Advisory remains in effect. Wind gust may reach 50mph and the chance remains for a few brief snow squalls, but the chance is very small and not everyone will see flakes if they do reach here.
Tomorrow will be mostly cloudy, windy again, and unseasonably cool, with highs in the mid 40’s and lows into the lower to mid 30’s. A lot of people have been asking me about Thanksgiving Day and I’m still not impressed. Models keep wavering back and forth on the idea of a coastal storm, but my gut tells me it’s trending more to the east of us and developing too late. We still have a chance at some precip in the area , especially late Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Right now I think the biggest concern will be in regards to the parade, the winds, and the balloons.
Stay tuned this week for a specific timeline on Thursday’s weather, if any.
RELATIVELY COLD NYC NIGHT – Low pressure wraps up by the St Lawrence river, turning on the lake effect snow machine and bringing localized snows to upper NY , VT, and Western MA.
Radar is busy, but the lake effect is having a hard time reaching here, which is not out of the ordinary.
WINTER WEATHER OUTLOOK VIDEOS
In case you missed them I’ve been previewing the upcoming winter in a series of posts and videos. Here are the first 2. More will be coming along. Links to the latest posts are below.
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