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Downpours Thunderstorms Through Evening,
Better Weather Saturday, Cloudy Chilly Rainy Sunday
We are experiencing rough weather this evening as a cold front is moving through. Downpours and thunderstorms are impacting Long Island through the first part of tonight until the front passes. The marine layer usually weakens these storms however the storm to our northwest is strengthening and thunderstorms are drawing support from strong dynamics in the upper atmosphere. The satellite loop shows the thunderstorms like arms spiraling around the low center in Upstate Western NY. Look for some locally heavy rains with these storms and perhaps some gusty winds. They should stay just under the threshold of severe but the odd cell could fire up as the line goes by.
Regional radar is busy for sure. To the southwest where Tornado Watches are working in Southeast Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey the storms are especially strong. Keep a watchful eye on the local radars. Yellow boxes indicate either severe thunderstorm or marine warnings. Redish boxes would indicate tornado warnings.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
By midnight it should be mostly done and it will be on to Saturday which will be the better of the two weekend days but there are going to be issues with developing clouds around midday and the risk for a passing brief shower. Winds will be an issue from the northwest gusting over 30 mph. Temperatures will be mostly in the 50s all day. Sunday doesn’t look too promising with low pressure passing by to our south with clouds and the chance for some rain. If we do get into a few hours of rain we could see temperatures falling into the 40s and staying there. Monday we should squeeze in some sunshine before the onshore flow returns with clouds and the chance for showers on Tuesday.
MANY THANKS TO TROPICAL TIDBITS FOR THE USE OF MAPS
Please note that with regards to any tropical storms or hurricanes, should a storm be threatening, please consult your local National Weather Service office or your local government officials about what action you should be taking to protect life and property.