Today, a weak warm front will move through followed by a stronger cold front. This morning’s precipitation is a result of the warm front and will remain a wintery mix inland. At the coast, light rain is expected. This afternoon, there may be a window after the warm front passage and before the cold front arrives. The cold front will feature snow in the highest elevations with predominantly liquid precipitation elsewhere. Looking ahead, another cold front sweeps through Saturday with arctic air invading early week. Beyond that, there is a significant threat for a Nor’easter on Thanksgiving or the day before.
Today will feature full sun with more seasonable conditions. Temps will rise into the 40’s as high pressure slides offshore. Looking ahead, tomorrow features the chance for a shower while next week looks very chilly with highs struggling to break the 32 mark.
Today, winds will decrease as low pressure departs heading for Greenland. The cold air mass however, takes firm hold today with temps only in the 30’s and 40’s. Looking ahead, a warm up is in store late this week before another cold front passes through with another round of rain. Beyond that, early next week looks even colder.
Today will feature much cooler temps as well as a nice cool wind. Winds will gust out of the W at 15-20 mph while temps will cap out in the 30’s and 40’s. Temps get even colder tomorrow before a lat week warming trend.
This morning a sharp cold front will pass through with a round of heavy rain and high winds. Winds will gust up to 40 mph out of the south in the morning hours so scattered power outages are possible. After the front, winds will gust to 30 mph out of the west. These winds will bring in much colder air for next week.
Monday will feature the passage of a strong cold front bringing a line of heavy rains, high winds and even a rumble of thunder. The activity will be focused in the morning hours and will likely move out by 1-2 PM west to east. Temperatures will be warmest at the onset of daylight in the 50’s and 60’s while in the afternoon, gusty NW winds will bring in temps in the 40’s and 50’s. Winds will start from the SE ahead of the front and then shift to the NW after the front passes.
For tonight, light sower activity will be the result of the passage of a warm front. winds will increase out of the south ahead of the cold front. Winds will gust 30-40 mph so scattered power outages are possible.
Today will feature some patchy fog to start off the day but that will burn off in a hurry leaving full sun to be enjoyed for the remainder of the daylight hours. Warmer temps will continue to filter into the area with temps rising into the 40’s and 50’s. Warm temps continue through the weekend with a strong cold front marking a return to cold air on Monday.