Well, after a rather active second half to the week...with severe weather and damaging wind gusts, the upcoming weekend is looking much quieter. We also had Old Man winter return with mixed snow/graupel showers across PA/NJ/NY and much of New England on Friday. Temperatures are expected to rise again toward the end of the weekend. Speaking of temperatures, here is a look at the normal high and low temperatures for this time of the year.
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High pressure will be sliding across the northeast this Saturday and Sunday, bringing lots of sunshine and temperatures reaching closer to what it should be for this time of the year. Mostly highs in the 50s on Saturday, but rising well into the 60s for most of the I-95 Corridor on Sunday. Take a look at modeled temperatures from the GFS for Sunday at 2PM:
Courtesy Pivotal Weather
Even with temperatures in the 60s on Sunday, that may not be the warmest day yet. In fact, it may rise well into the 70s for many places from D.C to Philly. Unfortunately, this also coincides with our next rain maker. A rather potent storm system will bring periods of rain thunderstorms to the northeast overnight Sunday and into a good portion of the day on Monday. Heavy downpours and rainfall amounts of 1-2" will be possible with this system, along with another threat for damaging wind gusts.
Courtesy of Tropical Tidbits
Well, that's it for now again. As always, we here at WeatherWorks hope everyone remains happy, healthy and obeys the regulations put in place. We also want to thank every essential worker; including doctors, nurses, and those in the medical industry who are helping to fight this pandemic. Remember, the weather never stops and neither will we! We are here for you... We are WeatherWorks !!