HIGH PRESSURE TREATS US TO SOME OUTSTANDING WEATHER FOR THE NEXT COUPLE WITH DAYS OF SUN – LOW HUMIDITY – HIGHS IN LOW TO MID 80S….NIGHTS – CLEAR AND COOL IN 50S. THE HIGH MOVES OFF THE COAST THIS WEEKEND AND LEAVES ROOM FOR A FRONT TO DROP DOWN FROM THE NORTH. THAT FRONT WILL TEAM UP WITH SOUTHERN MOISTURE SO SHOWER CHANCES INCREASE FROM LATE SATURDAY THROUGH SUNDAY. COOLER WITH SOME RAIN OR DRIZZLE MONDAY..WE STAYS IN THE 60S.
1962 – TORNADO AT WATERBURY, CT. – 12 MILE PATH – 1 KILLED, 70 BUILDINGS DESTROYED
TDY: SUNNY – 75-80
TNTE: CLEAR – LOWER 50S
FRI: SUNNY AND WARM – MID 80S
SAT: SUN & CLOUDS – LATE SHOWERS –MID 80S
SUN: CLOUDY- COOLER – SOME RAIN OR SHOWERS – 60S
Stormy weather in The Plains heading east…will arrive on East Coast this weekend. Tropical disturbance south of Cuba – headed north with its moisture….all converging in the East this weekend. Northeast will see a front drop in from the North and stall. Showers and storms from Saturday late into Monday. Below – threat of severe weather today – in dark green and yellow.
Below – animated maps for the next couple of days followed by expected rainfall for the next 5 days. While the holiday weekend will not feature heavy rain for Northeast….Sunday & Monday looked to be cloudy and cool with some rain or showers.
Below – from the hurricane center…area they are watching and possible tracks. Currently too much sheer for this system to really form…but in time that could change and a tropical depression or storm could threaten the Gulf Coast. If they name it…it would be Alberto. Be safe.