A LARGE STORM EXTENDS FROM THE GREAT LAKES TO THE NORTHEAST AND WILL PUSH NORTH TODAY, SO RAIN AND WIND EASES FROM SOUTH TO NORTH. THE WIND WILL CONTINUE BUSY FROM TONIGHT INTO TUESDAY UNDER PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES….WITH ONLY A SHOWER HERE AND THERE.
ANOTHER SMALL STORM BRINGS SOME WET WEATHER THURSDAY…AND THAT SHOULD BE FOLLOWED BY PARTLY SUNNY SKIES AND SEASONABLE WEATHER FOR LATE WEEK AND INTO THE WEEKEND.
1935 – UP TO 8” OF SNOW CANCELS OPENING DAY BASEBALL ALONG THE EAST COAST
TODAY: WINDY, HEAVY RAIN AT TIMES, CHANCE OF A THUNDERSTORM. 55-60
TNTE: SHOWERS – LOWER 40S
TUES: CONSIDERABLY CLOUDY AND WINDY- SCATTERED SHOWERS – 55-60
TUES.NITE: PARTLY CLOUDY – 40
WED: MOSTLY CLOUDY AND BREEZY – SCATTERED SHOWERS – LOWER 60S
THURS: CLOUDY- PERIODS OF RAIN – MID 50S
Heavy rains hitting the East with thunderstorms and strong winds…snow from Great Lakes to Upper Midwest. New storm in the West coming east during the week. Below – chance of thunderstorms in green.
Above. upper air for Monday – showing trof over Central U.S. Southerly flow ahead of it pumping up tons of moisture from Gulf of Mexico…net result will be 1″-3″ of rain in Northeast. Below – chart showing rainfall amounts through next 5 days.