WEATHERCAST: OUR SUNNY AND DRY WEATHER CONTINUES, WITH LOW HUMIDITY TODAY AND MUCH OF SATURDAY. HIGHS IN LOW TO MID 80S. TONIGHT – FAIR AND PLEASANT – 50’S MOST PLACES. A FRONT WILL BE MOVING SOUTH FROM THE GREAT LAKES AND IT MAY BEGIN TO INSTIGATE SOME WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWERS & THUNDERSTORMS FROM LATE SATURDAY INTO SUNDAY. IT WILL GET MORE HUMID FROM LATE WEEKEND INTO NEXT WEEKEND BEFORE A BIG CHANGE BY LATE NEXT WEEK.
1977- MASSIVE 24 HR. BLACKOUT IN NEW YORK CITY AREA DUE TO LIGHTNING IN UPSTATE N.Y.
LOOTING RESULTED IN BILLIONS OF DOLLARS LOST.
TDY: MOSTLY SUNNY – WARM – MID 80S
TNTE: CLEAR- 55-60
SAT: HAZY – HUMID – LATE DAY THUNDERSTORMS POSSIBLE – 80-85
SUN: CONTINUED HAZY – HUMID – CHANCE OF A THUNDERSTORM – MID 80S.
MON: HAZY – HUMID – CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS – 90
Satellite/radar showers storms from The Plains into The Great Lakes. These are associated with a cold front. The storms will reach the Northeast from late Saturday and continue into Wednesday. After that – cooler and drier. Below-= today’s risk of severe weather….dark green.
Below- animated maps for next 2 days…followed by rainfall through next Wednesday.