Weather seems insignificant following the recent tragedy but I’ll provide you with an update on what to expect in the days to come.
Frist of all, there is a coldfront marching into the Northeast and will pass overnight tonight. Along it there will be a few passing showers and perhaps a rumble of thunder as well later tonight. Behind the front, high pressure will build in and will clear the clouds very early tomorrow leaving us with ample sunshine through the day. Temps will climb into the 60s away from the coast but along the coast a developing seabreeze will cap temps around 60 before they fall back into the 50s late in the day.
High pressure will slide off the coast for the second half of the week and the mid and upper levels will become much more amplified. Strong ridging will build over the Atlantic and a trough will dig into the Southeast…the result will be very muggy flow all the way up the East Coast…this will be our first taste of humid air this season. With the muggy air in place, lift from an approaching front will squeeze out moisture and a band of soaking rain will slowly traverse the State late Friday night through Saturday morning. Drier air will punch in for Saturday afternoon and the rest of the weekend will be sun-filled.