Tuesday Weather Forecast

Low pressure in the Great Lakes will continue to push towards the Atlantic coast this morning.  An associated warm front will push temperatures into the mid 60's as the sun pops out this afternoon.  

Current Conditions
The Northeast regional radar as of 5 am 
NWS Northeast Regional Radar 458 am
There are some heavier downpours embedded within this rain.  That will slow the morning commute so give yourself some extra time.  The 2 am surface chart shows the warm front ready to surge north as the low lifts through Central New England later today
WPC Northeast Surface Analysis 2 am
Temperatures are generally in the mid 40's, although temps are near 50 in SE MA
4 am 2 m temps (Image Weatherbell)
Rainfall will end west to east between 9-11 am.  Winds will increase out of the Southwest with gusts as high as 25-30 mph.  Temperatures soar into the low to mid 60's.  
06z NAM hires 2 m temps 3 PM (image Weatherbell)
Temperatures tonight drop into the low 40's/upper 30's.  Wednesday is dry and cooler.  Next chance of rain appears to be Saturday.  Have a good one

-Zack Green


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