WARM CLOUDY NYC WEEK AHEAD – Good afternoon everyone and welcome as we approach mid January. We’re looking at a cold rest of the day and tonight, with temps essentially holding steady now through sunrise tomorrow, highs/lows in the low 20’s. Tomorrow, another system begins to arrive and we should see highs near 40, with a slight chance of some rain mixed with snow, but no accumulation is expected. Temps essentially hold steady overnight tomorrow, with a cold, steady rain possible. Then on Wednesday, there is a threat of rain and highs near 50, but the majority of the rain will pass to the north of us. Wednesday night, things remain mild for this time of year, with lows only dipping down to near 40. Thursday and Friday will both be cloudy with peaks of sun here and there, highs in the low to mid 50’s. If we’re able to squeeze out some extra sun, we may hit 60 either day, but we’ll have to play it hour by hour on that possibility.

Again, in the long range, we return to this pattern we’ve seen most of November and December, with the threat of a few quick cold shots here and there, but nothing sustained. We also see a return of systems going well to our north and west, giving us a few warm days ahead of these systems as well. Rain will be abundant as systems continue to slam into the west coast, giving them much needed rain and snow. They’re in such a bad drought, the level of rain they’re getting is bordering on miracle status. As with tomorrow afternoon, there are a couple of threats of overrunning type events in which we could squeeze out of snow, but nothing major as of now and nothing in the form of a major Nor’easter. One such overrunning threat could come this weekend as weather models have been very consistent in showing a weak wave moving through our south as cold air builds down from upstate NY. We will watch the situation closely for Saturday night into Sunday morning.


For those who like snow and winter weather, I cannot stress enough that patterns do and can change. With all of the warm air in place and “wrong” storm tracks, we’re still on pace for an average winter snow-wise. It’s doesn’t take much to chip away at the numbers and with Saturday’s surprise, most areas are 30-35% there in terms of average snow for the season, with late January to late February to go; notorious periods for big snows.



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WARM CLOUDY NYC WEEK AHEAD – Satellite picture shows our next weather-maker for Tuesday night into Wednesday, gathering steam in the midwest.

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Radar is very quiet aside from some lake effect snows in upstate NY by Lake Ontario.
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For more on the possibilities for the weekend, check JOESTRADAMUS with his latest post.

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