Hello everyone, it’s a pleasure to be here. Currently, we are experiencing a period of relative calm as the coastal system has developed far off the coast, avoiding any Nor’easter-like conditions. Nevertheless, we have an upcoming system next weekend that demands our attention, regardless of its form. As we move through the workweek, we anticipate varying amounts of sunshine and temperatures in the 60s, which may become milder towards Thursday. Our focus will be on a robust front moving from Canada and energy from the Southeast, which we will be monitoring closely.
A potent coastal/near coastal storm may result from the potential merger of these weather systems. On the other hand, if they do not merge, a robust low-pressure system moving from the Great Lakes region will still bring cold air into the area. As a result, some parts of the Northeast may experience their first frosts and freezes.
Expect a mixture of clouds and sun today, accompanied by a strong northwestern breeze, and temperatures in the upper 50s to nearly 60 degrees. Tomorrow, we can look forward to another day of highs around 60 degrees, with calmer winds and a greater amount of clouds and sunshine.
On Tuesday, there will be a mix of clouds and sun with a slight chance of showers throughout the day. Temperatures will remain around 60 degrees. However, Wednesday will bring a change in the weather as we can expect to see full sunshine with temperatures ranging from 60-65 degrees. Thursday will be slightly milder before our next system arrives, which could bring upper 60-degree temperatures.
The weather on Friday is expected to have an increase in clouds, which may lead to some showers in the late afternoon or evening. The temperature is expected to range between the low to mid 60’s.
Due to the uncertainty in the forecast, we will be taking a break next weekend. However, there is a possibility of rainfall on Saturday.
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