March 8, 2021

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Slow Warmup Into Friday Showers Friday Night Windy Chilly Weekend

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Slow Warmup Into Friday Showers Friday Night Windy Chilly Weekend


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Slow Warmup Into Friday Showers Friday Night Windy Chilly Weekend

Our stretch of calm weather continues and we are now in our 10th consecutive day without any meaningful precipitation.  We do have some clouds around on the satellite today and there will be cloud issues into Friday. Breaks of sunshine could occur but it seems the amount of sunshine will be limited over the next cold front late Friday and Friday night. While there is no cold air, there isn’t much warm air around either so temperatures will going above average are not going to be going much higher than the low to mid 40s to day.


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Radars are quiet and they should remain so today. A weak upper air disturbance passing by across parts of upstate NY could produce an isolated passing shower. Otherwise everyone else from Pennsylvania to Southern New England will be dry. Clouds will be around tonight with lows in the upper 20s to mid 30s.

Quiet and mostly cloudy weather continues Thursday into Friday. Again there will be a few breaks of sun in the mix. Highs Thursday will be in the mid to upper 40s and Friday’s highs will be in the upper 40s to near 50. Low pressure moving over the Great Lakes swings a cold front to the East Coast with not much to it other than some showers late Friday into early Saturday. The GFS model develops a wave on that front and that could prolong some showers Saturday morning along the coast. Weather should improve later in the day Saturday with increasing winds, clouds and some sun with temperatures trending lower after early day highs in the mid to upper 40s. Sunday will be on the breezy side with some sunshine. Highs will be in the upper 30s and lower 40s. More of the same Monday with highs in the 30s.

The long range weather pattern continues to be dominated by a very strong block in the North Atlantic that developed back in December. It shows no signs of breaking down anytime soon and in fact it begins to push westward into Canada. For now the block has been so strong that weather systems have been suppressed to our south for much of the time in the last several weeks. The westward shift of the block could alter the dryness of the pattern but it remains to be seen just exactly how much room there will be for storms to move northward up the East Coast. Weather models have been showing the occasional snow threat on every other run. It shows up on one run and then gone in the next. Expect that trend to continue until we can settle on where this blocking pattern takes us.




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