Next up, much colder for the weekend and then we need to watch for a potential Nor’easter Sunday night into Tuesday morning…
Today, any precipitation will end this morning, followed by variably cloudy skies. Highs will range from the upper 20’s to low 30’s in Northeastern PA to the low 40’s in East Central NJ.
Tomorrow through Saturday will be variably cloudy with highs tomorrow from the upper teens to low 20’s in Northeastern PA to the low 30’s in Central NJ, NYC, and on Long Island, from the low teens in Northeastern PA to the low 20’s in Central NJ Friday, and from the upper teens in Northeastern PA to the mid 20’s in Central NJ, NYC, and on Long Island Saturday.
Sunday, clouds will increase with a chance of snow developing at night as a disturbance approaches from the west. Highs will be in the upper 20’s to low 30’s.
Monday, there will be a chance of rain or snow as the disturbance will likely develop into a Nor’easter as it reaches the Middle Atlantic Coast. Highs will range from the upper 20’s to low 30’s in Northeastern PA to the mid to upper 30’s along the NJ Coast.
Tuesday, there will be a chance of rain or snow ending in the morning, followed by clearing. Highs will be in the 30’s.
Below is the latest European model ensemble mean (the European model run 50 different ways for various conditions) snow map for our potential Nor’easter Sunday night into Tuesday morning, showing the snow with the eastward track across the Upper Mid-West, then as it reaches the Middle Atlantic Coast, turning into a Nor’easter and tracking northeastward up the coast. Yes, this is a long way out but we need to keep a close eye on this potential. I am also posting the prior run from midday yesterday. What you are looking for is whether the snow amounts are increasing, meaning the confidence is increasing in the storm, and if you look closely, you will see that it is. I will continue to monitor this potential and provide you updates as the new model runs come out. All images courtesy WeatherBell Analtyics. Click on the images to enlarge.
Next Wednesday through Saturday will then be nice with highs in the 30’s next Wednesday, the mid 30’s to low 40’s next Thursday, 40’s next Friday, and the mid 30’s to mid 40’s next Saturday.
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