As the weekend gets underway, strong high pressure at the surface will build across New England and upper-level ridging will intensify across southeastern Canada and the western Atlantic. As a result, low pressure that forms just off the Southeast US coast line is quite unlikely to push out-to-sea, but instead will be influenced by the high pressure to the north and east to ride up along or near the eastern seaboard. The difference in pressure between the high pressure over New England and the intensifying low pressure system will tighten and this will raise the possibility of strong onshore winds from the Carolinas to the Mid-Atlantic. Rainfall may become rather widespread and soaking in nature for much of the eastern US given the influx of tropical moisture as the storm gets going off the SE US coastline and the Atlantic moisture that’ll increase with strengthening onshore winds.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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