There will, for the first time in over a week, be a chance of rain today. There are showers approaching from the west over NY and MA and these will continue to move eastward. Not everyone will receive a shower, but clouds will be prominent nonetheless.
As the image below shows, another great day in on tap continuing an amazing streak of good weather. However, its not going to last. More on that later…
Our stretch of great weather continues as the Bermuda High is in control of our weather. Things will heat up today as a cold front approaches. However, the passage of the cold front will merely be a reduction of clouds and a change in dew points.
Today will be another beauty! Check out the graphic below for details.
Enjoy the great weather! More on the way the rest of the week!
Chief forecaster, NESU
Great day on tap today! A few high clouds are possible at the coast this afternoon but other than that and a little bit of morning fog, it looks to be a beautiful fall day.
This upcoming week will be a great week in terms of weather. We have sunny skies, mild temps and a storm-free forecast.
Enjoy the beautiful weather!
Chief forecaster, NESU
Overnight we received the new model run that starts off each day. In this model run, all the models shifted eastward and formed a tighter consensus on track/intensity.
Also notice, the models have slowed down just a tad. However, this won’t really matter as the storm is not likely to affect even the coast at this point. Just a slight increase in cloudiness and maybe, maybe a shift in winds. The one possible exception would be Cape Cod. That area might receive a brief shower or two but nothing significant for them either.TD 11 in the Atlantic basin-
Overnight, TD 11 formed in the Central Atlantic. It is forecast to do a little loop-de-loop then go out to sea. No impacts will be felt here in New England. In fact, before satellites in the 1960’s we probably wouldn’t of known it was there.
Top winds right now are 35mph
The minimum pressure is 1010mb
It is moving Northeast at 9mph
Check our tropical weather resources tab under “Links” above for some sites to get even more information about this storm.
I’ve highlighted TD 11 on this infrared satellite image as it is very hard to figure out where it might be (I had to double check the coordinates because I was unsure). You can clearly see a cold front sweeping across the US as well as (but not as clearly) a trough of low pressure in the Caribbean that will eventually move into the Gulf and hit the Gulf coast, possibly as a tropical entity. We’ll have to watch it very carefully as it could cause problems. Even here in New England, the remnants could bring some decent rain.