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Long Island Saturday Dry But Windy, Cold Rain Possible Sunday
We are seeing lots of clouds over Long Island this evening now that the warm front is taking shape to our south. Also the winds have turned to the south southeast off the cold ocean and that has sent temperatures down into the 50s. It is pretty much down hill from here for tonight and tomorrow and we start to look to the west for showers with an approaching cold front. Even though there is some light rain around on the radar this evening it doesn’t amount to much. most of tonight should be dry until about daybreak.
Radars are showing some patchy light rain moving out of Pennsylvania and heading over us this evening. Some of this is reaching the ground and some is just drying up as it moves to the Northeast.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
On to Friday morning where as the warm front tries (but fails) to go by, we could see some downpours between 5am and 8am. Then for the rest of the day it will be cloudy with passing showers until late afternoon. Temperatures will be in the 50s with some lower 60s in Nassau & Northwest Suffolk County. Then tomorrow evening showers become more numerous and while there will be some thunderstorms. How much the marine layer impacts the strength of those thunderstorms remains to be seen. Usually the marine layer rips them apart but we do have a strong upper air trough swinging through so that might compensate somewhat.
Showers should be out of here by midnight. Though weather conditions improve on Saturday it will be a day where we will have breaks of sunshine through clouds coupled with a gusty northwest wind and highs only in the upper 50s to lower 60s. We wish we had good things to say about Sunday but it may turn out to be downright miserable as low pressure passes to our south and chilly Canadian air lies to our north.
It will depend on the low track and how much of a northeast wind we get but it is conceivable that we are cloudy and raw with some rain and temperatures having a tough time getting out of the 40s. We will have to watch this since if the bulk of the rain passes north, then temperatures will be able to move higher. Weather conditions improve on Monday and then more showers are possible on Tuesday.
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