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Dreary Miserable Long Island Sunday
Let’s face it. Long Island springs are downright miserable much of the time. You get those rare days where you have sunshine and temperatures in the 70s. The rest of the time you are fighting either the onshore wind, low clouds, ocean temperatures in the 40s, and a few other issues. All this usually happens while places not that far away are seeing temperatures 20 or 30 degrees higher. At least today everyone within 150 mile of us is equally miserable with lots of clouds and showers on the radar.
We are seeing rain and showers moving eastward and this is our fate for today. The rain won’t amount to much. It will likely be a quarter of an inch or less but it will be combined with an east or northeast wind as low pressure goes by to the south and temperatures will probably not get out of the 40s.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
Rain should be ending from west to east during this afternoon and skies could start to clear late in the day. Tonight we will see clearing skies and chilly temperatures with lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. Sunshine will be with us for Monday with highs in the upper 50s to lower 60s. This will be the only good day this week as a series of weather systems will be coming east with a frontal boundary to our south. This means winds off the ocean, cloudy skies and chances for showers at times beginning later Monday night and lasting right into Friday.
Three weather systems moving east this week and high pressure across Southern Canada are not the ingredients for great weather on Long Island. This is the issue in the spring and these types of patterns can set up from time to time right through the month of June. We look for a chance for showers Monday night into Tuesday and again on Wednesday and again late Thursday into Friday.
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