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  • The storm system that brought some much needed rain to the boroughs is over northern New England. A weak cold front will bring a variable cloudy sky and chilly temperatures tonight. High pressure over Lake Michigan will move east through Friday, keeping us under a fair sky with above average temperatures. Increasing clouds, gusty winds and rain are in the forecast for Saturday night into Sunday as another storm system crosses the Great Lakes region Friday.

    Darryl
  • Rain and Wind.
     
    Today’s weather will be wet until 3pm, but still breezy, cold and damp through this evening. Gusts up to 30mph howl through the midday with the worst of the rain occurring this morning. Tomorrow quickly improves as highs return to above average, around 60 with sunshine. Warming peaks with mostly sunny skies and dry weather on Friday. Sunday is wet with a chilly rain as snowflakes could mix in at times. Monday and Tuesday are much colder and very windy. The drought has reached a new severity: city reservoirs are 17.7% below average this morning. 5 weeks ago, on October 7th, they were 7.5% below average. 0.08” of rain fell over the watershed in October.  All of today’s rain misses the reservoirs’ watershed too.
     
     -mike
  • Seasonable Day.
     
    This afternoon’s weather will feel quite average for mid-November as highs climb into the upper 50s under an increasing cloudy sky.  The system that gives us rain and wind all day tomorrow will be a very fast moving, but weak, nor’easter. Rain begins later tonight with gusty winds to 30mph throughout tomorrow. Total rainfall is up to one inch.  This rain doesn’t help the drought very much, as our deficit approaches 10 inches for the year, about 25% less than normal. The rest of the week, beginning Wednesday, is dry and warm.  Record highs may be challenged on Friday as highs approach 70. (They’re already forecast to be broken at JFK airport, 5 days out).
     
    As promised, the second half of November will end very cold. The coldest air yet arrives by the end of this weekend, sending temps into the 20s. There’s a good chance of seeing flurries by the end of this weekend, too. Very high wind gusts all across the Northeast on Sunday will cause extra congestion as air travel begins to ramp up for next week.  The wind and cold lasts through the middle of next week, clearing out just in time for Wednesday. It’s too soon to tell if it rains or is windy on Thanksgiving.
     
     -mike
  • Windy!

    After a very windy day today, temperatures nose-dive tonight into the low 30s. Had it not been for the wind, tonight would have been our first frost for the boroughs. Wind generates a small frictional force that heats up the air to be a little bit warmer than it should be (similar to rubbing your hands together to warm them up). When the weather is calm and clear, then the air becomes colder. Lows tonight drop into the low 30s, but stay above freezing. Tomorrow is chilly, but average November weather returns for Sunday as highs once again near 60. The coastal system that was largely supposed to stay out to sea for the middle of next week, now may take a glancing blow at the area, creating extra clouds and a few possible showers late Tuesday. There a good chance that we could still make it through next week with little to no rain.

    -mike
  • Dry and Breezy.
     
    Other than Saturday’s chilly start, the next week’s weather will be quintessential November. Highs reach the upper 50s everyday (except Saturday, when it feels like mid-December). Light breezes this morning aided in a bit of wind chill, making this morning feel like the 30s. Tomorrow will be much windier throughout the day, despite the sunshine and average afternoon high. Gusts could hit 40mph by tomorrow evening. Colder air Saturday means wind chills in the 20s early on, but the temperature quickly moderates to the upper 50s by Sunday. All next weeks looks dry, with maybe a few clouds midweek as a coastal system brushes to our east.  That system could bring some rain back into the picture by next weekend—too soon to tell.
     
     -mike
  • After a day of clouds, light showers and temperatures 5 to 10 degrees above average, dryer weather is on the way. A cold front continues to clear the coast this evening, showers come to an end with a partially clearing sky and cold temperatures through the overnight. High pressure builds in through the weekend with fair skies and cooler temperatures and gusty winds for Veterans’ Day.

    Darryl
  • Chilly Rain. 
     
    Today’s weather will be dismal. It’s not even a soaking or beneficial rain, just light nuisance showers fall into the afternoon and evening. Temperatures stay chilly in the 50s. Colder weather moves in tonight as skies clear out. Tomorrow starts much colder around 40° with sunshine. Thursday and Veterans Day are both milder and clear, but winds on Friday will gust to 40mph throughout the day. A big chill returns for the weekend with wind chills in the 20s at dawn on Saturday. Sunday warms up quickly, and remains dry. As the temperature moderates to above average for next week into possibly next weekend, there is no rain forecast after today for the next 7-10 days.
     
     -mike
  • High pressure dominates the east coast of the US as a cold front that stretches from south central Canada to Texas will press east over the next 24-hours. This front will bring a chance of showers for the borough as early as the Wednesday morning commute. The front should clear during Wednesday night followed by another round of high pressure that will give us fair skies along with a breezy and cooler air mass that could give us highs in the mid to upper 40s and lows in the 30s by Saturday.

    Darryl
  • Milder.
     
    Election Day weather will be mostly sunny and milder than average.  After the chilly morning, highs will reach the mid 60s by noon, staying in the 60s until 4pm. Sunset is 4:45pm. Tonight becomes cloudy with rain holding off until after dawn tomorrow. Wednesday’s weather is raw and rainy with light showers lasting all day. That rain is a good thing: NYC reservoirs dropped to 15.2% below average—they currently sit at 60% of capacity. (One of the smallest reservoirs in the network is only at 13.5% capacity)  Thursday and Friday will be cooler with windy conditions cooling us down on Friday night. Saturday will be breezy and cold: with highs more typical of December, only in the 40s. Sunday and Monday are much milder, kicking off a milder than average trend that lasts most of next week.
     
    Long term: the 2nd half of November should be cooler than average. That’s our best chance of having a first frost.
     
     -mike
  • A clear sky, chilly to cold temperatures along with light and variable winds will take us through the overnight. Election Day weather will be pleasant for the boroughs as a cold front brings an increase in clouds followed by scattered showers by the Wednesday morning commute. Our sky should clear by late Wednesday night as high pressure brings us fair skies, gusty winds and cooler temperatures through Friday.

    Darryl
  • No chance in our cool and dry weather

    Abundant afternoon sunshine made for a pleasant end to the work and school week with highs from the low to mid-60s and overnight lows from the low to mid-50s. Overall, we were 5 to 7 degrees above average for early March.

    Our dry weather pattern continues for the next 5 to 7 days. Keep in mind that we are in need of rain as we have a rainfall deficit of 8.59” for 2016. As a result, SEVERE DROUGHT conditions continues for much of the tri-state area. High pressure is approaching the Ohio Valley and forecasted to slowly move eastward through the weekend and the beginning of the next work and school week. Daytime highs will be in the 50s and 60s with lows in the 40s and 50s. Enjoy the extra hour of sleep this weekend as we end daylight saving time for 2016.

    Darryl
  • Fair skies and seasonal temperatures return.

    Other than clouds and the threat of showers that never really materialized, Thursday turned out to be a fairly pleasant day. Temperatures were 14 to 16 degrees above average with highs and low of 72/60, 75/61 and 72/54 for Central Park, LaGuardia and JFK. Winds have shifted from southwest to northwest as a cold front has begun to cross the region. Canadian high pressure will bring a cooler and drier air mass to the region through early next week.

    Darryl
  • Mildest Yet!
    Despite yesterday being the “prettier” day, today’s weather will be warmer by midday.  Too bad it doesn’t last. Clouds return late this morning, bringing a light rain into the afternoon. As the rain begins, temps will peak at 74°.  Gusty winds later today bring back a bitter chill for tomorrow. Wind chills for tomorrow will be a hefty dose of reality: the weather tomorrow feels like the 30s most of the day (briefly 20s in higher gusts). Saturday and Sunday are tranquil, with pleasant and seasonable weather lasting into Election Day.
     
     -mike

  • Cooler Weather by Friday.

    Thanks to southerly winds and a fair sky temperatures on Wednesday were 9 to 11 degrees above average. We have one more day of above average temperatures for Thursday as a cold front brings a chance of showers and a second front brings a more seasonal feel to our weather. Highs will only reach the 50s through the weekend and into next week.

    Please remember to enjoy an extra hour of sleep this weekend as “Daylight Saving Time” ends for 2016. It’s also time to change the batteries in all smoke and carbon-monoxide detectors. It only take a few seconds and it could save your life.

    Darryl
  • Warmer.
     
    Today and tomorrow’s highs won’t reach records, but will be around 15 degrees above average.  In fact, this morning’s wakeup weather is today’s normal afternoon temperature.  Tomorrow begins mild and dry with sunshine; however, extra clouds move in late morning. Showers arrive by tomorrow afternoon and briefly drop up to a half inch of rain.  To end our drought, we would need 12 to 15 inches of rain in one month, according to NOAA’s Drought Termination and Amelioration product. Gusty winds with sun and clouds follow into Friday morning, making wind chills feel like the upper 20s at times on Friday. Those winds up to 40mph relax by Friday night. 
     
    Saturday will be clear and cool with a chillier than average feel. Daylight Saving time ends Saturday night. Sunday starts with a few clouds, as a gradual clearing takes over.  Winds will likely return later Sunday afternoon, from the North, gusting up to 20mph. Any shower chances are too light to mention. Monday and Tuesday are clear and calm with an seasonable chill.
     
     -mike
  • Southerly winds and an approaching cold front will bring warmer temperatures to the region through Thursday. Thanks to a cold front, we’ll have another opportunity for showers and a possible thunderstorm late Thursday afternoon through Thursday evening. A fair sky and cooler temperatures return to the region as we close out this work and school week and begin the first weekend of November. We also gain another hour of sleep this weekend as “Day-Light Saving Time” end for this year. That said, be sure to turn all clocks back 1-hour Saturday night before going to bed. This is also a good time to chance the batteries in your smoke and carbon-dioxide detectors. It cloud safe your life!

    Darryl
  • November Warmth. 
     
    Today begins a big climb that takes highs 15 degrees above average by Thursday. This afternoon will be noticeably warmer, around 60.  Tomorrow adds 10 degrees to that high. Dry weather persists until Thursday, when a round of afternoon storms moves in, after a very warm afternoon in the mid-70s, similar in timing and intensity to Sunday’s storms. Chilly winds make Friday very blustery, as temperatures drop quickly into the weekend.  Chilly weather returns for the weekend, with highs moderating to average by next week. The long-term dry and warm persist: the outlook for the rest of this month has a better than average chance of warmer weather, with slightly drier than average conditions.
     
    The city’s last frost was April 5th, 2016. That was 207 days ago. Our first frost is still TBD with milder weather ahead. That may follow the trend on the chart at my twitter: @TweetsTheWx.
     
     -mike
     
     
  • A Pleasant Start to the New Week

    Thanks to high pressure over the eastern Great Lakes, the new work and school week is off to a pleasant start. A mostly clear sky and cold temperatures are in the forecast for tonight as the mercury falls to the low 40s on light north-northeast winds. Temperatures will once again climb to the upper 60s to the low 70s by mid-week as a southerly flow takes over as high pressure moves northeast. The next chance of much needed rain comes on Thursday as a cold front approaches from the west.

    Darryl
  • Ready For The Weekend?

    Thursday brought .42 to 1.41” of much needed rainfall and now we’re dealing with a gradually clearing sky and winds gusting from 35 to 43 mph. A fair sky, diminishing winds and lows near 40 are in the forecast for tonight as high pressure builds across the region through Saturday. By Saturday, a mostly dry cold front will cross the region and stalls just south of the city late Sunday. There is a slight chance of an isolated showers or two Sunday and Sunday night. High pressure return to the region just in time for the start of new work and school as well as Halloween with highs in the mid-50s and lows in the mid-40s under a fair sky.

    Darryl
  • Low pressure moves across the region bringing periods of rain through this evening and ending after midnight. A partial clearing sky and gusty winds are in the forecast overnight followed by a mix of sun and clouds, breezy with highs in the mid-50s to end the work and school week. Overall we can expect a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the low to mid-60s and overnight lows in the 40s and 50s with only a slight chance of showers through the weekend.

    Darryl
  • Chilly Rain.
     
    Snow and rain moved in right on schedule this morning west of the boroughs.  Spotty light rain took over just after dawn through the rest of the area. Rain remains light and intermittent until 3pm this afternoon when a steady and chilly rain develops and becomes more moderate. All wet weather wraps up by midnight, with a gusty, dry wind clearing out the clouds before daybreak tomorrow.  Rainfall total will be about 1 inch. No change in the drought for the boroughs as of this morning’s weekly update. Tomorrow is windy and chilly with mostly sunny skies. Highs will be in the low 50s. Saturday will be cloudy and seasonably cool around 60. Sunday is much milder at 67, but late afternoon showers arrive for a wet night.  That wet weather clears by Monday morning, allowing for a dry and cool Halloween with plenty of sun. The rest of next week is dry and milder than average with highs in the upper 60s.
     
     -mike
  • Wednesday was the second straight day of below average temperatures with Central Park recording a high of 51 after an overnight low of 49. 52 and 41 for LaGuardia with JFK recording 53 for the high and 40 for the overnight low. Overall 7 to 9 digress below average. High pressure over eastern Virginia and southeast Canada will move east through the overnight making way for clouds and rain moving in from the Great Lake and the Ohio Valley. Get ready for periods of rain that may begin as a brief wintry mix. The wettest period will be Thursday evening with pockets of light to moderate rain. . Rainfall amounts from a quarter inch to an inch with the higher amounts over the Bronx. Fair, cool and breezy weather returns by Friday as high pressure builds in behind the cold front giving us pleasant fall weather through the weekend.

    Darryl
  • Cold and Snow.
     
    Just one week ago, we shattered record highs.  Tomorrow, it will briefly snow. Welcome to October. The cold ingredient is already in place this morning. It stays sunny and calm all day, with limited cloud cover though this afternoon. The sunshine helps to keep the pavement warm so nothing sticks tomorrow morning, when the rain and snow begins.  Today’s highs however, are about 10° below average. Tomorrow begins with a light rain and snow mix around 6am. Some new information has plenty of cold air available, and plenty of moisture ready for the rain/snow mix to last until 9am, before transitioning to plain rain after the morning commute. Zero accumulation. Tomorrow afternoon’s rain becomes moderate to heavy later tomorrow night, clearing out by Friday morning. 
     
    Friday’s weather will start cloudy and quickly turn sunny and dry as highs rebound to the upper 50s. Both Saturday and Sunday will feature mostly cloudy skies and a seasonably chilly feel in the low 60s. Halloween’s weather will be mostly sunny and dry as temps remain in the 50s all day. The remainder of next week should be dry and seasonably cool in the mid 60s with the next chance wet weather arriving next Friday.
     
     -mike
  • Temperatures were cooler than average by 3 to 5 degrees for Tuesday. It felt cooler than the low to mid 50s thanks to west to northwest winds gusting from 25 to 35 mph. A clearing sky, cold temperatures and diminishing winds are in the forecast for tonight as high pressure to our south and north moves east over the next 24 hours. Rain is in the forecast for Thursday as low pressure moves in from the west. Some location north of the city will see temperatures cold enough to support snow. At this point, it looks like we have a 50 / 50 weekend ahead of us as clouds and showers are in the forecast for the first half of the weekend.

    Darryl
  • Colder and Colder.
     
    This morning’s wind chill was in the 30s, even though the thermometers read in the low 40s. This afternoon will be windy with more sunshine than yesterday, highs briefly in the low 50s. Tonight turns calm and cold. Hard freezes occur to the north and west, while the city remains in the mid-30s for tomorrow morning.  That’s not a wind chill! Actual air temperatures will be just above freezing tomorrow. It’s see-your-breath weather. Tomorrow will be sunny and crystal clear, but highs struggle to leave the 40s even during the afternoon. Light rain returns early Thursday, briefly mixing with snow north and west. It all changes to rain after sunrise at 7:20am Thursday. Zero accumulation here, maybe a coating in the high-elevations areas north and west. A good soaking rain of roughly two inches will help fill the reservoirs. Currently, the NYC reservoirs are 12.1% below average, only at 63% capacity. Less than half the average rainfall has fallen over the watershed in the last 3 months. It has been drier long before that, too. Even with all of Friday’s rain, city borough’s rain bucket is more than 9 inches in a deficit for the year.
     
    Friday is clear, with some light rain returning Saturday night. Those showers could linger into early Sunday morning. Milder weather arrives for the rest of next week: highs will easily reach the mid-60s through next Friday.
     
     -mike
  • A Nice Start to the New Week

    We’re beginning the new work and school week with low pressure moving off the northeast coast. Temperatures reached the low to mid-60s under a mix of sun and clouds. Northwest winds were fairly active with gust as high as 26 mph at Central Park. Fair skies and cool temperatures are in the forecast through mid-week as high pressure currently over the upper mid-west moves east-southeast and off the mid-Atlantic coast late Wednesday into Thursday. Wet weather returns to the city by Thursday as Low pressure moves in from the mid-west.

    Darryl
  • Reality Check.
     
    Today’s weather will be seasonably cool as sunshine returns; however, low clouds remain in the forecast.  Afternoon wind gusts top 30mph, allowing for dry air to rush in for the overnight.  Wind chills by tomorrow morning will be in the low 30s, and winds stay gusty throughout the afternoon. Tomorrow and Wednesday will be chilly, but dry. Highs stay about 10° below average as one cold shot after the next will arrive over the next 7 days.  It may be cold enough for Thursday’s rain to begin as a few wet snowflakes, especially just north of the borough. Thursday afternoon turns wet, with rain clearing out for Friday.  Saturday has another shower chance followed by a windy and chilly Sunday. 
     
    Halloween looks dry and clear for Trick-or-treaters with seasonably chilly air. Temperatures should begin to moderate to average next week.
     
     -mike
  • We’re closing out the work and school week on a rainy note. Since this morning, we received 1 to 2.5 inches of rain as temperatures were again above average. The current pattern continues with clouds, areas of fog and rain through the first half of the weekend as a cold front crosses the region. Low pressure will strengthen as it crosses New England and generate gusty westerly winds Saturday and Sunday.

    Darryl
  • Winter Outlook. 
     
    It seems odd to think about the Winter season when there are thunderstorms in today’s forecast. A muggy and warm start to the day has led to some dense fog in coastal spots. Midday downpours with grumbles of thunder arrive by lunchtime. The heaviest should be over by 2pm, with light showers returning tonight.  Tomorrow morning begins wet, with drier conditions by the afternoon and clouds clearing out tomorrow night.  By Sunday, the weather will finally begin to feel like actual Fall. Cold air, dry winds and gusts to 35mph will greet you at the door as sunshine returns. That chill will linger into next week, with temps around 10° below average into next weekend.  The wind chill on Sunday morning will be in the upper 30s. Another round of wind and cold makes the wind chill drop into the low 30s for Tuesday morning.
     
    The biggest feature of NOAA’s Winter outlook is the extension of our drought through the Winter season. The latest drought info has most of the area in a severe drought as of yesterday, with reservoir levels 10.2% below average. Average cold and snow is expected with a weak La Niña likely. Typical seasonal snowfall is 25.8 inches.
     
     -mike
  • An advancing cold front will keep our temperatures above average through Friday. There is also a slight chance of showers through Saturday as a cold front moves across the region. High pressure will bring a return to a clearer sky and cooler temperatures from Sunday through the middle of next week.

    Darryl
  • The Big Chill.
     
     Cloudy skies return today with mild air. Today’s highs will still be above average, but about 15 degrees cooler than yesterday’s record warm and humid weather.  Highs will be around 70° and muggy by the afternoon, with a light round of sprinkles possible—not even worthy of an umbrella. Some sunny breaks could start the day tomorrow helping temps climb into the low 70s. Another threat of rain lingers for late tomorrow afternoon and evening. Saturday afternoon and evening has the best chance of rain as very chilly air rushes in for Sunday.  Sunday morning’s wind chill will feel like freezing as gusts could be as high as 35mph. Partly sunny skies return. The brisk feel lasts through early next week.
     
    NOAA’s winter outlook is released today, as well as the drought update and foliage report. Thoughts will be detailed in tomorrow’s email.
     
     -mike
  • Wednesday was a day that saw temperatures 20 to 22 degrees above average for this time of year. All three area air ports recorded record breaking temperatures with 85 at Central Park, 86 at LaGuardia and 86 at JFK. A weak from will bring clouds and cool temperatures to the region through Saturday. A warm front will move in from our southwest bringing scattered showers to the boroughs by Thursday afternoon through Friday.

    Darryl
  • Records at Night, too!
     
    A few records fell yesterday, with even more record highs to be broken today.  In fact, we’ve already set a few for Wednesday: the record high minimum is the highest low temperature ever recorded on a particular date. Meaning, until today, the warmest it has been at night was 66 degrees. This morning’s low dipped only to 73°, a new record high minimum. You can thank the ridiculously high humidity for that. Extra clouds will be around today, with plenty sun, however, into the afternoon. Tomorrow begins briefly clear, with another one of those beautiful pink sunrises, as clouds arrive from the west. Most of tomorrow is generally overcast as light showers begin around the midday. The better chance of rain will be Friday as tropical moisture from what could be Otto, moves up the coast. Due to the nature of the uncertainties regarding undeveloped tropical systems, forecast rain amounts vary widely for Friday and Friday night.
     
    Then the cold. Unspeakably chilly air arrives for Sunday morning, with wind.  Air temperatures could drop into the upper 30s, as wind chills take the feels like temp down into the 20s in gusts. Snow will fall upstate. Most will be bundled from head to toe through Wednesday of next week. The weather remains seasonably cool into the end of the month.
     
     -mike
  • The high pressure system that gave us temperatures that were 12 to 18 degrees above average will begin to move off the mid-Atlantic this evening. A weak cold from will bring clouds and a northerly wind pattern by Wednesday night. This air mass will return us to seasonal temperatures by weekend end and bring a chance for some much needed rain Thursday and Friday.

    Darryl
  • Summer in October.
     
    New records were already set yesterday in some spots.  More records will fall today in many locations. Highs will be in low 80s with noticeable humidity; however, tomorrow will be just as warm with even more humidity. What goes up must come down….way down in this case.  Thursday evening begins rainy and will be our rainfall since Oct 9th. Showers likely last through Friday. Saturday and Sunday and windy and much cooler with passing clouds. It will be cold enough this weekend to have wind chills in freezing territory by Sunday morning. Next week’s highs don’t leave the 50s, as much as 10 degrees below average.
     
     -mike
  • Nice weather through the weekend

    Get ready for a great fall weekend as high pressure continues to provide us with a mostly clear sky, increasingly mild day-time highs and chilly to cool overnight lows. As moderate to severe drought continue, keep in mind that we have a rainfall deficit approaching 9 inches on the year, Unfortunately, our pattern of fair weather continues with only a 20% chance of showers in the forecast for late Sunday night.

    Darryl
  • Chilly Sun.
     
    Weather this morning felt like the low 40s at dawn thanks to a dry, gusty wind. Cool breezes last all morning, with temperatures warming into the low 60s. Tonight will actually be colder, even though the weather will feel about the same. Some frost is likely in isolated spots away from the shore.  Tomorrow’s weather warms again into the low and mid 60s with calm air, and clear sky. Sunday remains dry with slightly milder air by the afternoon, slightly above the average of 64.
     
    Monday and Tuesday warm up significantly. Showers begin the week with a small chance of rain early Monday, typical of a warm front. Then, temperatures soar Tuesday and Wednesday to within 2 or 3 degrees of record highs. Expect mostly sunny skies midweek with another round of rain late next week.  The rainfall that arrives later next week could be a soaker—much needed now that some areas have been upgraded to a severe drought.
     
     -mike
  • Pleasant Weather Through the Weekend

    A clearing sky, active north winds and cooler temperatures are in the forecast as a cold front moves off-shore this evening. High pressure from the west will give us a fair sky and seasonal temperatures this weekend. Another in a series of cold fronts will approach from the west giving us another chance of scattered showers early next week along with high in the 70s with lows in the 50s and 60s.

    Darryl
  • Big Swings.
     
    After some morning fog lifts, this afternoon will start very mild with sun, around 70. Then, a front pushes in later this evening, giving us dry and chilly weather for tonight. Any rain threat will be brief, between 2-6pm today. Tomorrow begins windy with a wind chill in the low 40s. Clear sky and sunshine lasts all day Friday and Saturday.  The coldest morning yet this season arrives for Saturday. Beginning next week, warmer weather returns with highs in the upper 70s by Thursday. The warmer than average and drier trend continues for the rest of the month, worsening the ongoing drought. Reservoir levels are at least 7% below average with much of the area in a drought watch. The rainfall deficit continues to increase: almost 9 inches below normal as of today.
     
     -mike
  • Only a Slight Chance of Showers Late Thursday

    Once again, high pressure moves off the northeast coast, as a weak cold closes in from the west. This front will bring an increase in cloud cover Thursday with a slight chance of late afternoon showers with temperatures around 70. High pressures builds in behind the cold front Friday through Sunday. That said, another pleasant fall weekend is in the forecast with highs in the 60s while overnight lows fall to the 40s and 50s. Another cold front approaches Sunday night, bringing us another chance of showers for early next week.

    Darryl
  • Milder with Clouds.
     
    Today’s weather won’t be nearly as clear and dry as yesterday, but it will feel slightly milder with a touch of humidity. As afternoon highs climb into the upper 60s today, some breaks of afternoon sun return beyond the cloudy morning.  Tomorrow has a small chance for afternoon showers as a front pushes through during the early afternoon hours. Chilly, windy and dry weather is on tap for Friday as overnight lows again dip into the 40s for Saturday morning. The weekend is cooler with sunshine. Next week begins with some extra clouds and possible showers. Warmer than average weather is expected beginning next week.
     
     -mike
  • The Pleasant Fall Weather Continues

    Thanks to high pressure, our pattern of pleasant fall weather continues. A cold front is advancing from the west as the high moves northeast and off the coast by late Wednesday. There is a slight chance of a spot shower or two Thursday, followed by a clearing sky Thursday night. Clear and cool weather continues through the weekend as high pressure builds in behind the cold front.

    Darryl
  • Refreshing.
     
    Clear and dry weather retuned this morning, allowing for frosty spots in the northern suburbs. Air temperatures cooled off into the low 40s in the boroughs with a light breeze. Highs today rebound into the mid 60s with clear sky throughout the day. Clouds return tonight thanks to a wind shift, with light breezes off the water. That will prevent tomorrow morning’s low from dropping below 53 degrees. Wednesday and Thursday will be warmer, in the low 70s as a warm front keeps some extra clouds around starting tomorrow.  Even cooler weather pushes the clouds out for Friday, bringing back the chill. Windy weather on Friday will keep it feeling like Fall. Afternoon highs only reach the low 60s this weekend with even cooler mornings. No threats of rain until next week.
     
     -mike
  • Cooler and Dry Weather through Mid-Week

    High pressures advances east and off the coast by mid-week as a cold front brings a slight chance of showers by Thursday. Canadian high pressure follows the front returning us to fair and seasonal temperatures into next weekend.

    We did receive beneficial rainfall over the weekend with totals of 0.78 at Central Park, 1.33” at JFK and 0.62 at LaGuardia. Unfortunately, moderate to severe drought conditions continue with deficits of 0.51” for the month, 2.00” for the season (which began on September 1st) and 8.31” on the year. No significant rainfall is in the forecast for the next 5 to 7 days.

    Darryl
  • High pressure has given us nice weather for much of this week and will move off the coast tonight. A cold front currently approaches from the west and will bring an increase in clouds and showers to the area for Saturday and Saturday night. This front will also deflect Hurricane Matthew away from the mid-Atlantic coast late Saturday into early Sunday. The front clears the region late Sunday followed by high pressure that returning us to fair skies and cooler temperatures for next week.

    Darryl
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