Long Island Weekend Weather Mainly Dry Thunderstorms Late Sunday

Long Island Weekend Weather Mainly Dry Thunderstorms Late Sunday

Long Island Weekend Weather Mainly Dry Thunderstorms Late Sunday

After three days of low clouds, winds off the ocean, limited if any sun, and heavy rains, we are now in a good spot for the weekend on Long Island. Sunshine made for a nice day and we saw temperatures in the 70s today for the first time since Monday. We don’t see anything on the satellite or radars to worry about tonight. Skies should be nice and clear with most lows in the 50s. This sets us up for a nice day on Saturday.

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Saturday will be a nice day with sunshine and temperatures in the 70s. it will be a little cooler along the shore with a sea breeze at the beaches and over the East End. It will be a good day for outdoor activities all the way around. Saturday night brings a weak front through the area. Right now the front appears very weak and we expect nothing more than clouds and perhaps a passing overnight shower if at all. Then we move on to Sunday with a stronger cold front approaching late in the day. Until it arrives we will see a mix of sun and clouds as highs will be in the 70s.

Long Island Weekend Weather Mainly Dry Thunderstorms Late Sunday

The Storm Prediction Center is not indicating any risk for severe weather Sunday at this time. The front ushers in dry cool air for Monday and Tuesday. Monday we will have sunshine with highs reaching into the lower 70s. Tuesday will be nice and sunny with highs in the 70s.

Long Island Weekend Weather Mainly Dry Thunderstorms Late Sunday

Wednesday brings a southwest flow and the next cold front which means another battle with wind direction, some sun, and the chance for showers and thunderstorms. At least we are seeing a reasonably dry stretch of weather tonight through Tuesday with just a minor interruption Sunday night.

 

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