High pressure is in control to our north which has lowered temperatures considerably from just yesterday. A cold front dropped south of Southern New England yesterday afternoon/evening. You probably noticed the wind increase if you had all your windows open like yours truly. Mother Nature is going to have a hard time making up her mind in regards to what type of weather she wants us to have over the next 48-72 hours. Let's try to time it out.
|24-hour temperatures change valid 9 AM (image Weatherbell)|
General Overview/Short Term Forecast
Temperatures as of 10 AM are in the low to mid 50's. Temperatures will get into the low to mid 60's. Our first chance of rain showers will be in the early afternoon hours today, mainly north of the Pike.
|NWS Northeast Regional Radar Loop 10 AM|
|GOES_East visible satellite 915 AM (NOAA/NWS/NCEP)|
|WPC Surface Fronts/Precipitation Sunday 2 PM|
|NWS Maximum Temperature Forecast Monday (image Weatherbell)|
|WPC Surface Fronts/Precipitation Monday 8 PM|
|NWS Maximum Temperature Forecast Tuesday (image Weatherbell)|