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Raw Gloomy Friday But A Better Weekend
We are finishing up another bone dry day on Long Island. The Fire Weather Warning will run its course until 8pm and then expire. Skies will be clear for a time tonight before clouds start rolling in from the west during the early morning hours. Temperatures are going to drop down to the lower 30s in even a few upper 20s in Central and Eastern Suffolk county are possible, mid 30s everywhere else. This is the last day of bone dry conditions as an onshore flow begins on Friday and rain will be coming in later in the day from the southwest.
There might be some breaks of sun early Friday morning especially to the east until the clouds completely take over. Temperatures will be going no where on Friday and we will reach the lower 40s and hold there. Rain looks to come in the mid to late afternoon and continue into the early morning hours on Saturday. It won’t rain non stop but it will rain enough to impact the Friday evening getaway commute. Rainfall amounts of about a half inch on average is expected which is annoying but manageable.
Now lets move on to the weekend. Saturday will start with clouds but we should start breaking out in some sunshine by mid morning and by afternoon Saturday it will be partly to mostly sunny. Temperatures will reach the 60s making for a nice afternoon though it will be a bit cooler along shore locations with afternoon sea breezes developing. Sunday looks good too with sunshine giving way to arriving clouds with highs into the 60s.
The next weather system sets up an onshore flow again Sunday night into Monday with the likelihood of showers. The question for Monday is whether that warm front gets through or not and even if it does, a southwest flow off the ocean will likely limit any upside in temperatures. A round of showers is likely late in the day Monday as a cold front approaches and moves through. If we play our cards right Tuesday should be a day of sunshine with highs in the 60s to near 70.
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