Long Island Fighting The Onshore Flow Easter Weekend Looks Good
Long Island Fighting The Onshore Flow Easter
Weekend Looks Good
We starting out another early spring morning in tons of cloud cover and a light wind from off the ocean which is keeping temperatures in the mid to upper 40s this morning. There isn’t too much happening at the moment with a few scattered showers showing up on local radars. This is going to be a rather grey day with temperatures struggling to reach the lower 50s late this afternoon or this evening.
Shower activity is rather scattered in nature today so anything that falls will be in and out. More numerous showers will probably develop later tonight into Friday morning. Temperatures on Long Island will likely hold in the upper 40s to lower 50s overnight.
We will see showers play through Friday morning and then look for leftover clouds on Friday afternoon. Given that winds will be more westerly by Friday afternoon we should see highs reach the lower 60s before colder drier air comes in at night. Passover begins Friday evening and weather conditions should be dry at that point.
The Easter Weekend looks reasonable and seasonal with some sunshine and clouds both Saturday and Sunday. Sunday night a cold front moves through with clouds and perhaps a passing shower around dayrbreak. Other than that it should be okay both days with highs in the 50s. Next week we will see shots of cold air every couple of days but no big storms are on the horizon at the moment.