HIGH PRESSURE OVER MAINE MOVES OFFSHORE AS A STORM IN THE MIDWEST MOVES EAST….NOT A GOOD SCENARIO FOR THIS WEEKEND. SOME RAIN – DRIZZLE AND FOG WILL HEAD NORTHEAST ACROSS THE MID ATLANTIC TODAY AND INTO NEW ENGLAND TONIGHT AND SATURDAY. 70S TODAY AND THEN MORE HUMID OVER THE WEEKEND.
A COLD FRONT SHOULD CHARGE SOUTH AND SHOVE THIS MOISTURE WELL SOUTH ALLOWING DRIER AND MORE PLEASANT WEATHER TO BEGIN EARLY NEXT WEEK.
UNTIL THEN…HAVE A NICE WEEKEND.
1972 – ONE OF THE MOST COSTLIEST WEATHER DISASTERS IN THE U.S. – EX HURRICANE AGNES RELEASES 12” OF RAIN OVER N.Y. AND PA. – 122 PEOPLE KILLED – $2.1 BILLION IN DAMAGES
TODAY: SUN WITH INCREASING CLOUDS – 80
TNTE: CLOUDY- SOME RAIN OR DRIZZLE BY A.M. – LOWER 60S
SAT: CLOUDY – MORE HUMID WITH SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS – 65-70
SUN: CLOUDS – SHOWERS AND SOME THUNDERSTORMS – 80-85
MONDAY: BECOMING PARTLY SUNNY AND LESS HUMID – A SHOWER OR THUNDERSTORM- 80
Above – satellite and radar show many areas of wet – cloudy weather so this first weekend of summer will be highly unsettled. Below – today’s risk of severe weather – dark green – yellow- tan.
Below – high temperatures for Saturday followed by animated maps for the next 2 days and that is followed by amounts of rainfall for the next 5 days. We expect the pattern to change by late next week when typical
3 H weather comes into the Eastern Half of The Nation. Have a safe and nice weekend.