A SWEETHEART OF A HIGH OVER THE CAROLINAS WILL MAKE IT A NICE VALENTINE’S DAY WITH AT LEAST PARTLY SUNNY SKIES AND FLIRTING WITH 50. CUPID WILL SPREAD A BOUQUET OF SOME RAIN AND DRIZZLE TONIGHT INTO THURSDAY A.M. AND THEN WE POP THE QUESTION : WILL WE BREAK A RECORD HIGH THURSDAY? THE ANSWER IS MAYBE. BY FRIDAY…MS. NATURE ENDS OUR CRUSH WITH MILDNESS…AS WE HAVE SHOWERS AND THEN TURNING COLDER AS WE HEAD INTO THE WEEKEND. MS. NATURE WAS NEVER MY HEARTTHROB.
1940 – VALENTINE’S DAY BLIZZARD – SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND…10 TO 17” & GALE FORCE WINDS. MANY STRANDED IN BOSTON AFTER SONJA HENIE ICE SHOW.
TDY: MOSTLY SUNNY- 45-50
TNTE: CLOUDY- CHANCE OF LATE RAIN OR DRIZZLE – 35-40
THURS: SCATTERED SHOWERS OTHERWISE SOME SUN AND VERY MILD – 50S
FRIDAY: SHOWERS – TURNING COLDER
Quiet pattern now…but will change. Mild weather working eastbound. Record warmth Thursday for the East then wet and colder by Friday.
Southern Storm could bring wintry weather to Northeast over weekend.
Below – threat of thunderstorms today in green…followed by high temperatures expected on Thursday.
Below – outlook for snowfall next 5 days….notice how the southern extent in Northeast moves south by weekend in the Northeast.