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Rain Slides Slowly East Weather Improves Slightly Easter Sunday
One noticeable thing about the satellite loop this afternoon is that the clouds are continuing to move south to north from off the ocean. This goes against the usual flow of things as weather systems like to move most of the time from west to east. This will make things problematic this afternoon and evening as we still seem to be in line for some downpours coming in from off the ocean while areas to the west see at least some brightening of skies and even a few breaks of sunshine this afternoon. Suffolk County seems more in line to get some more downpours than Nassau especially the further east you go toward Riverhead and beyond.
Regional and local radars remain busy offshore with some clusters of heavy downpours. There is a bit of a slide to the east showing up but it will likely take awhile before it is far enough offshore to eliminate showers entirely.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
Tonight it should be mostly dry with the exception of the East End where there could still be a few showers coming in from off the ocean. Then we transition over to what should be a quiet day Easter Sunday. The cold front will be stalled offshore and it appears a wave will develop on that front. This will likely keep us in a fair amount of cloud cover especially in the afternoon with highs in the 60s. It appears that wave will throw rain back northwestward Sunday night into Monday morning.
We will likely see clouds and lingering showers around on Monday with highs in the 60s to near 70. Tuesday looks like a nice day shaping up with sunshine, a west wind and not much of a sea breeze in which case highs should reach up into the 70s. The next cold front will be moving through late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning with a few scattered showers followed by some clouds and sunshine behind it.
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