6-Day forecast for the New York City metro region
Mainly sunny skies and there may be some smoke in the air, milder, highs in the low-to-mid 60’s; W-SW winds around 5-10 mph
Mainly clear, chilly, lows in the lower 40’s
Sun gives way to clouds, breezy, mild, near 65 degrees for afternoon highs
Mainly cloudy, chilly, showers are likely, but – once again – it does not look like a significant rain event near 50 degrees for late night lows
Partly sunny, windy, cooler, maybe a shower early, mid 50’s early and then temperatures should fall
Mainly sunny, chilly, near 50 degrees
Mainly sunny, cold, mid-to-upper 40’s
Mainly cloudy, chilly, becoming windy, chance of rain, lower 50’s
It turns noticeably milder in the Mid-Atlantic region today as high pressure pushes off the east coast and a low-level southwesterly flow of air develops in our area. After a mainly clear night, clouds will increase on Friday ahead of an incoming cold frontal system and showers are likely here on Friday night as the front passes through the NYC metro region. As has been the case in recent weeks, this upcoming rain event on Friday night does not look impressive so don’t expect much relief in the dry soil conditions. Chilly air will return this weekend on the heels of the cold frontal passage and high pressure will take control of the weather into early next week.
Looking ahead, a strong storm system will head to the Midwest/Great Lakes during the first half of next week and likely result in rain and wind here from Tuesday into Wednesday – and this time the rainfall may be significant. A widespread and impressively cold air mass will cross the nation next week and reach us here in the Mid-Atlantic region just in time for Thanksgiving Day.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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