After a rather warm week here in the Northeast, it will feel more like late October this weekend. A series of cold fronts made their way off the coast on Friday and this will lend to a more seasonable air mass for both Saturday and Sunday. Overall, it will be dry, but we can't rule out a few passing showers on Saturday as a weak disturbance slides across the area. However, any showers that are "able" to develop, will be light and rain amounts will be less than a tenth of an inch. Here is a look at the simulated radar for 2 PM Saturday.
Courtesy Tropical Tidbits
High temperatures on Saturday will be mainly in the mid/upper 50s in southern New England to the low/mid 60s as you get towards Maryland and Washington, DC. Just about where they are supposed to be for this time of the year. In fact, before we get to Sunday's weather, check out average highs and lows along the I-95 corridor for late October.
|Average High||Average Low|
|New York City||61||48|
Moving onto Sunday, the weather looks rather nice up and down the I-95 corridor. It should stay dry everywhere through at least sunset, but clouds will be increasing through the day ahead of our next storm system. And while sunshine will be limited, it should be a comfortable afternoon. Here is a look at temperatures for 2 PM Sunday.
Courtesy Pivotal Weather
The weather next week will be a lot more unsettled here in the Northeast. In fact, a system will impact much of the area early Monday then again on Tuesday, so look for a few decent chances for rain. Until then, have a great weekend everyone !!