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    Quiet weather here as the tropics become active

    Tuesday’s weather is much nicer compared to Monday’s storms that brought rainfall amounts from 1.12 to 1.35 inches and winds gusting from 34 to 41 mph. Other than a slight chance of showers due to a series of weak fronts, we should be in pretty good shape through mid-week with highs in the in the low to mid-80s and lows in the 60s and 70s under a variable sky.

    The tropics have become active as there is a tropical storm (Bret) moving eastward across the Caribbean Sea and “Potential Tropical Cyclone 3” (a new designation created by the Hurricane Center which allows them to issue advisories prior to a storm being named). This storm is over the Gulf of Mexico and approximately 355 miles southeast of Galveston Texas, moving northwest at 10 mph with maximum sustained winds of 40 mph. Much of the Gulf coast will likely get periods of heavy rain Wednesday and Thursday. As a result, a Tropical Storm watches and Warnings have been issued from the upper Texas coast eastward to include the Louisiana coast.

    Darryl
    Heat and Humidity Returns

    High pressure over the Ohio Valley will move off shore generating a very warm and humid air mass (a Bermuda High) over northeast as we end June and begin July. We may have a day or two of 90-degree weather, but at this point, it does not look like we will have a third hear wave of the year over the next few days. A cold front will cross the region Sunday, bringing showers and possible thunderstorm which will push temperatures back from the upper 80s and possibly low 90s to the mid-80s early next week.

    Darryl
    Looking Good for Independence Day

    A weak cold front brings a slight chance of late day / evening showers and possible thunderstorms. The front clears tonight and followed by Canadian high pressure that will bring a partly to mostly sunny sky on a drier north to east wind. Independence Day looks very nice with highs around the mid-80s and overnight lows from the mid to upper 60s. By Thursday, a southerly wind will bring increasing clouds with a chance of showers and possible thunderstorms as early as Thursday night through Saturday.

    Darryl
    Wet Weather through Saturday AM

    Low pressure moves over the Tri-state area tonight through Friday as a weak cold front crosses the region Friday night through Saturday. The front will trigger morning showers and possible thunderstorms followed by partial clearing Saturday afternoon and Saturday night as high pressure returns to the region, making Sunday the best day of the weekend. Another round of showers and possible thunderstorms return late Monday through Wednesday as a slow moving warm front approaches the region.

    Darryl
    Heat and Humidity Continue to Rise!

    A weak warm front will bring a rise in the humidity this evening with a slight chance of a shower and possible thunderstorm. A cold front will approach the area late Tuesday and stall for several days as areas of low pressure ride along the front. As a result, our weather will remain unsettled with a chance of scattered showers and possible thunderstorms through Friday.

    Darryl
    Heat Wave Number 3?

    This is day-two of the third potential heat wave of 2017. Heat and humidity continues to build across the region as a large ridge of high pressure over the southern plains pumps brings another round of uncomfortable weather to the region. Heat index values are forecasted to reach the upper 90s during the late afternoon and early evening hours. As a result, The National Weather Service has issued a HEAT ADVISORY until 8pm this evening. Due to our stagnant air mass, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has issued an AIR QUALITY ALERT until 11pm tonight. These conditions will continue through Friday with only a slight chance of an isolated shower / Thunderstorm tonight as a weak cold front crosses the region. This front will stall to our south becoming stationary. This will bring a better chance of showers and possible thunderstorms from late Saturday through Monday. High pressure builds in from the northwest early next week giving us a break from the “dog-days of summer”.

    Darryl
    After a wet start to the week our weather will gradually improves as high pressure builds in from the west. The effects of the high will not felt until late Tuesday as an upper level low keeps clouds and a chance of showers in the forecast through the first half of Tuesday. At this point, Wednesday looks to be the pick of the week under a partly to mostly sunny sky and highs from the upper 70s to the low 80s. By Thursday, the high begins to move off the New England coast as another storm system approaches from the west bringing clouds, showers and possible thunderstorms late Thursday through the first half of Saturday.

    Darryl
    The clouds have taken over as high pressure sits off the New England coast. A cold front is approaching from the northwest will become stationary across the tri-state area Friday. Our weather will remain unsettled as waves of low pressure rides along the front through Saturday. The second half of the weekend looks to be the best half a Canadian high pressure returns the region to pleasant weather through the middle of next week.

    Darryl
    Not as nice for the weekend
     
    We’re looking at three straight days of very nice summer weather as high pressure begins to pull away from the city. Friday will be a day of transition as a slow moving cold front advance east giving us an unstable weather pattern from late Friday through Monday of next week. Increasing clouds, slightly higher humidity and warm temperatures are in the forecast with a slight chance of a few scattered showers by Friday night. By Saturday, we’re looking at a better chance of showers and possible thunderstorms that may produce periods of heavy rain. Sunday looks like the best day of the weekend under a partly to mostly cloudy sky with a slight chance of showers. Like last Monday, we’re looking at clouds and periods of rain followed improving weather from Tuesday through Thursday of next week.
     
    Darryl
    Clouds and a chance of showers from Irma in the Forecast
     
    High pressure has given us very nice late summer weather and will now begin to move southeast of the Tri-state area. This movement will allow a weak cold front to approach from the northwest. Clouds and showers are in the forecast through the first half of the weekend as remnants from Irma approaches from the south.
     
    Darryl
    Clouds, showers and possible thunderstorms that could bring periods of heavy rain are in the forecast as a trough of low pressure lingers around the Tri-state through Friday. Our weather does improve for the weekend as a weak area of high pressure moves in from the southwest extending our current pattern of humidity and above average temperatures into the new work and school week. Jose has been downgraded to a tropical storm as of the 11AM advisory and moving slowly in a WNW direction over the western Atlantic. Jose must be watched through the weekend and early next week as it could have an impact on the east coast. At this time, it looks like high surf and the potential for coastal flooding can be expected from North Carolina northward.
     
    Darryl
    The Last Weekend of Summer 2017
     
    Other than a slight chance of afternoon showers and storms on Saturday, the last weekend of summer 2017 looks pretty good. It will remain humid under a mix of sun and clouds with temperatures still a little above average for mid-September. As of the 11AM advisory, Tropical Storm Jose is southwest of the Bermuda and moving northwest at 9mph. Jose is forecasted to strengthen to a hurricane by Saturday morning and come close enough to the east coast to trigger ocean swells, high surf, dangerous rip currents and beach erosion for ocean facing beaches this weekend through Wednesday. At this point, it does not look like Jose will make landfall around the Tri-state area.
     
    Darryl
    A mostly cloudy sky, gusty winds and a chance of showers are in the forecast for tonight as Hurricane Jose (which is well east of our area) continues moving north. The following advisories have been issued for ocean facing beaches: HIGH SURF ADVISORY until 6PM Wednesday, HIGH RIP CURRENT RISK until 8PM this evening and a COASTAL FLOOD WARNING from 6PM Tuesday – 12PM Wednesday. By Thursday, high pressure returns us to a pattern of fair skies and above average temperatures that will take us through the weekend.
     
    THE TROPICS
    Hurricane Jose – 2PM EDT Advisory
    Location: 255miles ENE of Cape Hatteras, NC and 310miles SSW of Nantucket, MA
    Max Winds: 75mph
    Movement: North at 10mph
    Pressure: 976mb / 28.82 inches of mercury
     
    Advisories:
    Tropical Storm Warnings have been issued for:
    * Watch Hill to Hull
    * Block Island
    * Martha's Vineyard
    * Nantucket
     
    A Tropical Storm Watch has been issued for:
    * The coast of Long Island from Fire Island Inlet to Port Jefferson
     
    Next Advisory: 5PM EDT
     
    Hurricane Maria – 2PM EDT Advisory
    Location: 110miles SE of St. Croix and 140miles West of Guadeloupe
    Max Winds: 160mph
    Movement: WNW at 10mph
    Pressure: 927mb / 27.37 inches of mercury
     
    Advisories:
    Hurricane Warnings have been issued for:
    * Dominica
    * St. Kitts, Nevis, and Montserrat
    * U.S. Virgin Islands
    * British Virgin Islands
    * Puerto Rico, Culebra, and Vieques
    * Cabo Engano to Puerto Plata
     
    Tropical Storm Warnings have been issued for:
    * Antigua and Barbuda
    * Saba and St. Eustatius
    * St. Martin
    * Anguilla
    * Guadeloupe
    * West of Puerto Plata to the northern border of the Dominican
    Republic and Haiti
    * West of Cabo Engano to Punta Palenque
     
    Hurricane Watches have been issued for:
    * Saba and St. Eustatius
    * St. Martin
    * St. Martin and St. Barthelemy
    * Anguilla
    * Isla Saona to Cabo Engano
     
    Hazards:
    Hurricane Force Winds
     
    Storm Surge: 6 to 9 feet
    *Puerto Rico
    *U.S. Virgin Islands
     
    Rainfall Estimates: 10 to 20 inches with isolated amounts of 25 inches
    From the Central and Southern Leeward Islands to Puerto Rico
     
    Next Advisory: 5PM AST
     
    LOCAL ADVISORIES
    HIGH RIP CURRENT RISK until 8PM this evening
    COASTAL FLOOD WARNING from 6PM Tuesday – 12PM Wednesday
     
    Darryl
    Above average temperatures under a mix of sun and clouds is in our forecast through early next week thanks to high pressure. Tropical Storm Jose is currently well off the northeast coast and stationary. By Friday, Jose is forecasted to weaken as it begins a slow westerly movement, but forecasted to remain off-shore. In the Caribbean, Hurricane Maria is still a Category 3 Hurricane with sustained winds of 120 mph and moving northwest at 9 mph. Hurricane and Tropical Storm Warnings have been issued for the Dominican Republic to the Turks and Caicos Islands. Tropical Storm Watches have been issued for the southeastern Bahamas. Maria is forecasted to remain a major hurricane (Cat. 3) through Sunday taking a turn towards the northeast by Monday and moving between Bermuda and the North Carolina coast by Tuesday.
     
    *Fall Begins Friday at 4:02PM
     
    Darryl
    Summer holding on through the weekend.
     
    According to the calendar, the fall season for 2017 begins today. However, summer begs to differ for at least the next 5 days. A mix of sun and clouds are in the forecast with well above average temperatures through the middle of next week. Highs are forecasted for the mid to upper 80s on Sunday and Monday. The record high for Sunday was set in 1959 with 89 degrees. Monday’s record high of 90 degrees was set in 1970. Jose is still churning over 200 miles east of the city and forecasted to kick up the surf for area beaches through the weekend. As a result, advisories for small craft, high rip currents and coastal flooding have been issued.
     
    Darryl
    Cool weather is on the way!
     
    High pressure continues to bring well above average temperatures and humidity to the city through Wednesday.  A cold front will bring us cooler temperatures by the weekend and also push Hurricane Maria to the northeast by late Wednesday into Thursday. Hurricane Marie is a category one hurricane and about 300 miles south-southeast of Cape Hatteras, NC, moving north at 7 mph. High surf, high rip current risk and small craft advisories have been issued and will likely be in effect until late in the week.
     
    THE TROPICS
    Hurricane Marie – 2PM Advisory
    Location: 300 miles SSE of Cape Hatteras, NC
    Max. Winds: 80 mph
    Movement: North at 7 mph
    Pressure: 966mb / 28.53 inches of mercury
     
    Hurricane Lee – 2PM Advisory
    Location: 880 miles East of Bermuda
    Max. Winds: 1390 miles WSW of The Azores
    Movement: SSW at 2 mph
    Pressure: 980mb / 28.94 inches of mercury
     
    Darryl
    Little change in our weather through mid-week
     
    The high pressure that has given us several days of summer weather in early fall is moving out as Hurricane Maria moves north. A cold front will push Maria east from mid to late week and away from the city. However, Maria will continue to generate dangerous condition for the ocean waters such as; high surf from 6 to 10 feet, leading to a high risk of rip currents, as well as a small craft advisory for hazardous seas through Thursday. Once the cold front passes, a gradual cool down begins as temperatures falling from the mid-80s to the upper 60s from Wednesday through Saturday. 
     
    THE TROPICS
    Location:
    Max. Winds:
    Movement:
    Pressure:
     
    ADVISORIES
    A Storm Surge Warning has been issued for:
    * Ocracoke Inlet to Cape Hatteras
     
    Tropical Storm Warnings have been issued for:
    * Bogue Inlet to the North Carolina/Virginia border
    * Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds
     
    Storm Surge Watches have been issued for:
    * Cape Lookout to west of Ocracoke Inlet
    * North of Cape Hatteras to Duck
     
    HAZARDS
    *Tropical Storm Force Winds through Wednesday
    *Storm Surge: 2-4 Feet
    *Rainfall: 1-2 inches
    *Large Ocean Swells
    *High Risk of Rip Currents
     
    Next Advisory: 5PM
     
    Darryl
    Everything chances due to a cold front!
    A cold front advances east crossing the city through Thursday morning. This front will steer Maria east over the open waters of the Atlantic while bringing a cooler and less humid air mass to the city. A second front will bring a slight chance of showers late Friday through Saturday. By Sunday, high pressure returns, bringing another round of nice weather through mid-week.
     Darryl
    Beginning to feel like fall!
     
    High pressure dominates through much of Friday. A cold front will bring a slight chance of showers late Friday into Saturday followed by high pressure that will bring fair skies, mild days and chilly overnights through the middle of next week.
     
    Darryl
    50/50 Weekend!
     
    Low pressure approaches from the northwest bringing increasing clouds with a slight chance of showers late tonight with scattered showers on Saturday. High pressure follows the low, clearing our skies and bringing sunshine and mild warming temperatures to the region from Sunday through the middle of next week.
     
    Darryl
    Turning warmer, chance of showers Friday
     
    High pressure moves off-shore as a weak cold, front approaches from the northwest and stalls over the Tri-state area through Thursday. Clouds and a chance of showers are in the forecast from Friday through Tuesday of next week. This is much needed rain as we are looking at a rainfall deficit approaching an inch for the year.
     
    Darryl
    Still warmer than average, but less sun
    A weak cold front will drift across the city and become stationary through Friday. By Saturday the front will drift north keeping our temperatures above average with a chance of showers on Sunday. Tropical Storm Nate (currently over the east coast of Nicaragua) will move north crossing the Gulf of Mexico and making landfall between Louisiana and Florida late Saturday or early Sunday as a Category 1 Hurricane. Nate will quickly lose intensity, and bring rain to the Tri-state area as early as Monday into Tuesday. High pressure returns us to fair weather for the second half of next week.    
    Darryl 
    Good Weather Starts this weekend!

    Nice weather will take us through the first half of the weekend thanks to a broad area of high pressure. A cold front will advance from the west bringing showers to the city for Sunday. Tropical Storm Nate is forecasted to intensify into a category one hurricane as it crosses the Gulf of Mexico Saturday. Nate is also forecasted to make landfall sometime late Saturday night into early Sunday morning between southeastern Louisiana and the western panhandle of Florida. Nate will quickly lose intensity, but increase in forward movement ahead of the cold front. Periods of rain may be heavy at times and accompanied by thunderstorms Monday through Tuesday. The core of Nate will move off the coast of Massachusetts early Tuesday. High pressure brings us back to fair skies and seasonal temperatures for the second half of next week.

    Have a safe and pleasant weekend!

    Darryl
    A Wet Start to the New Week
     
    Clouds and much needed rain is in the forecast through Monday evening as remnants from Nate moves from southwest to northeast. Partial clearing is in the forecast for late tonight as high-pressure returns us to a mostly sunny sky with warm temperatures through Tuesday. A back-door cold front will bring a partly to mostly cloudy sky, a slight chance of showers and cooler temperatures from Wednesday through Saturday.
     
    Darryl
     
    Chance of Showers and Turning Cooler!

    A weakening area of low pressure moves south of the city tonight bringing a chance of showers through the overnight. High pressure moves from southeastern Canada across New England and off-shore Friday night. As a result, our temperatures will be closer to seasonal through Friday. So far, it looks like a mix of sun and clouds with mild temperatures are in the forecast for the majority of the weekend. An approaching cold front will increase the chance of showers late Sunday through Monday of next week.

    Darryl
    Briefly Feeling Like Fall
     
    High pressure moves east over New England through Friday night bringing seasonal temperatures to the city after 10 days with temperatures as much as 16 degrees above average. A partly to mostly cloudy sky is in the forecast through the weekend with a slight chance of showers Friday night into Saturday. Temperatures will warm to the 70s on southerly winds Saturday and may even reach 80 on Sunday. A cold front will approach from the west bringing a slight chance of showers late Sunday into Monday with cool temperatures to start the new work and school week.
     
    Darryl
    Another 50 / 50 Weekend
     
    A mostly cloudy sky with a slight chance of showers is in the forecast through Saturday as low pressure extends north from the mid-Atlantic coast through Saturday and high pressure moves east from Maine. Thanks to high pressure over the Carolina's, Sunday looks like the best day of the weekend under a mix of sun and clouds, southwest winds and highs from the mid-70s to the low 80s. Increasing clouds and showers are in the forecast for Sunday night as a cold front, approaches from the west. High pressure follows the front bringing us pleasant weather for the next work and school week.
     
    Darryl
    A Short Taste of Autumn
     
    A clearing sky continues as a cold moves off-shore. Active northwest to north winds will bring a cold night with temperatures falling to the low to mid-40s by the Tuesday morning wake-up. A broad area of high pressure will provide mostly clear skies and increasingly warmer temperatures with highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s from Wednesday through the upcoming weekend.
     
    Darryl
    Pleasant Weather for the Next 5 to 6 Days!

    A broad area of high pressure is providing us with pleasant fall weather. A clear sky with highs reaching the 70s and overnight lows falling to the 50s are in the forecast through the remainder of the work and school week with little change into the weekend. No rain is in the forecast until early next week.

    Darryl
    Still Very Nice!
     
    High pressure keeps us under a clear sky with temperatures a little above season average through the weekend. A cold front, moves in early next week giving us a chance for some much need rain. We’re currently looking at rainfall deficits of 1.74” for October, 4.03” for the season which began on September 1st and 2.20” on the year.
     
    Darryl
    Continued Mild and Dry!
     
    A weak cold front will cross the city tonight. This front will chance our wind direction from southwest to northwest by Friday. This northwest air mass will continue our dry weather pattern until early next week when another cold front will slowly move east, increasing our chances of some much-needed rain from late Monday through the middle of next week. This front will also bring an end to the above average temperatures as we end the month of October.  
     
    Darryl
    Elevated Fire Weather Potential
     
    The National Weather Service has put our area under an “Elevated Fire Weather Potential” for today. This due to relatively dry weather for the month of October, warmer than average temperatures, a dry northwest wind with potential gust to 25 mph and low humidity. It is important to exercise additional caution when discarding cigarettes as well as any other sources of open flames.
     
    Our stretch of pleasant weather continues through the weekend as high pressure moves from West Virginia to off the northeast coast by Sunday. Thanks to a northwest to southwest wind, temperatures are forecasted to reach the mid-70s through Monday. Our pleasant weather will begin to change as a cold-front approaches from the west. This slow moving cold front will bring a chance for much needed rain as early as Monday night through mid-week. Once the front clears, temperatures are forecasted to fall back to closer to seasonal averages for late October with high near around 60 and lows from the mid to upper 40s.
     
    Darryl
    Changes are on the way!
     
    A slow moving cold front will bring a change from the sunny and mild weather of last week. Clouds, patchy fog, periods of rain that may be heavy at times, gusty winds and possible thunderstorms are in the forecast through Wednesday. Once the front passes, temperatures will fall back to close to seasonal averages for the end of October with highs in the mid to upper 60s and lows from the upper 40s and low 50s through the end of the work and school week.
     
    Darryl
    Wind & Rain Tuesday Evening

    Unsettled weather is in the forecast through the late night hours as a slow moving cold front crossed the city. Periods of rain that may be heavy at times can be expected through Tuesday evening. Rainfall estimates are for about an inch by late tonight. The rain will be accompanied with by gusty winds potentially reaching 30 and possibly 45 mph. As a result, the National Weather Service has issued a WIND ADVISORY until midnight. Cooler temperatures with highs only reaching the low to mid-60s and lows falling to the 40s and 50s are in the forecast from Wednesday through the weekend. The next round of wet weather is forecasted for Sunday into Monday of next week.

    Darryl
    The Ups and Downs of Fall Continue
     
    Warmer than average temperatures are in the forecast as the end of the work and school week approaches. South winds will shift and come from the north by Friday night as a cold front crosses the region. This front will bring a slight chance of a shower Friday night followed by a brief cool down for the first half of the weekend. There is a chance of showers Saturday night through Marathon Sunday as temperatures rise from the 50s to the 60s Saturday night through Sunday as a warm from moves from southwest to northeast.
     
    Darryl
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