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Skies Clear Tonight Sunshine Through Wednesday Showers Thursday
We enjoyed sunshine for most of the day however instability clouds from an upper air trough developed during the afternoon and they will start to fade away later this evening and skies should clear out tonight. Temperatures today didn’t make it much above the lower 40s today and we will drop into the lower 30s tonight under clear skies. There will be enough of a breeze tonight to keep temperatures on Long Island relatively uniform.
Regional radar shows rain over the Delmarva Peninsula southward into Northeastern North Carolina. Local radar is showing a few sprinkles scattered around over parts of New Jersey. Those should be disappearing shortly.
LOCAL RADAR NEW YORK CITY
Tuesday we should see lots of sunshine and a bit of temperature recovery with highs reaching the mid to upper 40s. Wednesday should be the nicest day of the work week with lots of sunshine with highs in the 50s. There could be local sea breezes developing Wednesday afternoon over the South Shore and the East End of the island and that will knock temperatures back down into the 40s.
Thursday brings a cold front from the northwest. There will be a low that will cross Florida and head off the Southeast Coast as well. Weather models all winter along have tried to bring these storms northward only to see them get kicked away to the east and offshore. Even though some models show otherwise we think that that northern stream feature that supports the cold front will suppress this system out to the east and kick it away. Even if it were to move northward the atmosphere would not be supportive for snow here, just an enhanced period of rain. Temperatures on Thursday will reach into the 50s. Friday look for clouds and some sun with highs in the 40s with the risk of a few passing showers. Saturday and Sunday look good. 50s seem likely on Saturday and 60s are possible inland Sunday depending on the wind direction.
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