Long Island Wind Advisory Snow Showers Snow Squalls Later Today

Long Island Wind Advisory Snow Showers Snow Squalls Later Today

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Long Island Wind Advisory Snow Showers Snow Squalls Later Today

Long Island is setting up for another cold front to pass through early to mid afternoon but this one has a strong upper trough with it. The result will be a rather gusty afternoon of weather. Wind advisories are posted as some gusts could reach 40 or even 50 mph. Also when the upper trough and cold front pass through, look for snow showers and perhaps a heavier snow squall which could whiten the ground in spots.

SATELLITE

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The trough and front show up very well on the satellite view this morning and we need to keep an eye on the local and especially the regional radar. Snow showers and snow squalls are showing up much the way a summer line of showers and thunderstorms would. Expect clouds to increase into midday and then a rather interesting early to mid afternoon of weather. Temperatures will top in the upper 30s and lower 40s before the front passes and then ease quickly as it goes through into the lower 30s.

WEATHER RADAR

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Winds diminish tonight though it will still be rather breezy at least into this evening. Skies will clear and by7 morning lows will be in the lower 20s. Sunday look for sunshine with highs bouncing to near or just over 40 by afternoon This second cold shot pulls out quickly so we warm up nicely Monday with sunshine. Highs Monday will be in the 50s.

We have the first of two storm systems headed our way. This is actually the second in a series of three which began with the first one Thursday night into Friday morning. This will bring rain here Tuesday into early Wednesday. as a low goes by to our west, but further east than the last one. Highs will be in the 50s.¬†Late week we have a third storm system. The pattern this week will be changing across all of Southern Canada from west to east. Cold air will be spreading out and some of that cold air will bleed southward into the Northeast behind Tuesday’s weather system. This opens the door to the possibility of snow ice and rain late this week though the where and when’s obviously are unknown at this point.

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