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The EDGE Weather: Monday, October 26, 2020

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A little light rain/sprinkles today through Wednesday, rain Thursday, and then rain possibly changing to snow Friday before ending…

Tropical Storm Zeta is currently in the Caribbean Sea and will enter the Gulf of Mexico tomorrow morning. Zeta could reach hurricane strength prior to making landfall in Louisiana Wednesday night into Thursday morning. The remnants of Zeta will then move rapidly northeastward, passing through our area Thursday into Friday morning, bringing some rain, which could mix with or change to snow before ending during the day on Friday. There could even be some accumulation in parts of Northeastern PA, Northwestern NJ, Southeastern NY state, and in Fairfield County, CT. Click here for the latest on Tropical Storm Zeta from the National Hurricane Center.

Today, light rain or sprinkles will be likely as a weak disturbance passes through our area. Highs will range from the mid 50’s in Northeastern PA and Orange and Putnam Counties in NY State, to the mid 60’s in Central NJ.

Tomorrow will be variably cloudy with a chance of light rain or sprinkles in the morning and again at night as the disturbance departs our area and then a cold front approaches at night. Highs will range from the low 50’s in Northeastern PA to the low 60’s in Central NJ.

Wednesday will be variably cloudy with a chance of light rain or sprinkles early in the morning, followed by clearing. Highs will be in the mid to upper 50’s.

Thursday, rain will develop from south to north as the remnants of Tropical Storm Zeta approach our area. Highs will range from the mid 40’s in Northeastern PA to the mid 50’s in Central NJ, NYC, and on Long Island.

Friday, the rain will end from west to east, possibly mixing with or changing to snow before ending, especially in Northeastern PA, Northwestern NJ, Southeastern NY State, and in Fairfield County, CT, where some accumulation is possible, as the remnants of  Tropical Storm Zeta depart our area. Lows will range from the low 30’s in Northeastern PA to the upper 30’s to low 40’s along the coast and on Long Island, with early morning highs from the upper 30’s to low 40’s in Northeastern PA to the low 50’s along the coast and on Long Island, then temperatures dropping. 

Below is the latest snowfall accumulation map from the European Model ensemble mean (an averaging of the European model run 50 different ways for various conditions), courtesy WeatherBell Analytics.

And below is the latest snowfall accumulation map from the operational European Model, courtesy WeatherBell Analytics…

Saturday and Sunday are then looking nice, but it will be cold Saturday will lows ranging from the low to mid 20’s in Northeastern PA to the mid 30’s along the coast and on Long Island, with highs in the low to mid 40’s, and highs Sunday from the upper 40’s to the mid 50’s.

Next Monday, November 2nd, will be variably cloudy with a chance of a shower near the coast and on Long Island. Highs will range from the mid 40’s to the mid 50’s.

Next Tuesday, November 3rd, through next Saturday, November 7th, are then looking nice with highs in the low to mid 50’s next Tuesday and Wednesday, the upper 40’s to mid 50’s next Thursday and Friday, and the low to mid 50’s next Saturday.

Next Sunday, November 8th, is then looking variably cloudy with a chance of a shower. Highs will be in the 50’s.

Stay Healthy…

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