Slow Moving Front Scattered Showers Long Island Mostly Quiet Week Ahead

Slow Moving Front Scattered Showers Long Island Mostly Quiet Week Ahead

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Slow Moving Front Scattered Showers Long Island Mostly Quiet Week Ahead

A slow moving weak cold front has produced some scattered showers today and there might be a few more running around through this evening. Otherwise the satellite show lots of clouds around the area and that kept temperatures in the 70s. The front should move by overnight leaving us with temperatures mostly in the 60s. Humidity levels aren’t particularly high and that really should not be an issue until we get into Wednesday when the next cold front is due to pass. Low will be in the lower 60s in most places.

SATELLITE

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The local radar shows some scattered showers moving from west to east. The regional radar shows another are in Southern Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey. They might clip Long Island overnight. Nothing on the heavy side is forecast and rainfall amounts should be a quarter of an inch or less.

WEATHER RADAR

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Monday Labor Day will see early clouds give way to some sunshine. There might be a few leftover showers around daybreak but they should disappear quickly. Monday’s highs should reach the lower 80s.We should see mainly clear skies Monday night in the 60s. Tuesday we should see a good deal of sunshine with highs reaching the upper 70s to around 80.

Wednesday sees a cold front approaching so that should be the one humid day this week and sun ahead of it will take highs up into the low 80s. The dayside should be dry and the storms if they hold together will move through Wednesday evening. The rest of the week looks dry with some sunshine Thursday and Friday with highs both days in the 70s with low humidity. No tropical storms or hurricanes are going to threaten the US this week. Hurricane Larry is likely to pass close to Bermuda tracking to the east. Larry is a large category 3 hurricane and you can expect shore conditions to get rough late this week in case you are a late season beach goer. Be aware of rip currents and rough surf developing later this week.

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