Tomorrow will see more clouds overall, but it has trended drier. Other than a spotty sprinkle or shower, most locations now look to stay dry for most of the day. The best bet of a shower would be south of the city. Highs will be in the low to mid 80s once again.
After several days of sunshine, we’re looking at more clouds for today. Despite this, it’s a mostly dry day… even some brighter breaks at times, especially to the N&W of the city. Just a slight chance of a spotty shower or drizzle, mainly to the south. It’s a muggy afternoon with temps in the low […]
Waking up tomorrow, any lingering showers south and east of NYC should quickly move offshore. It’s a mostly cloudy start with gradual clearing through the morning. Humidity will also be falling, so it’ll feel much more comfortable by Friday afternoon. Highs will be in the mid to upper 70s.
After yesterday’s heavy downpours, today is looking much better! A mostly cloudy start will give way to gradual clearing through this morning and the humidity will be falling. Expect a nice & comfy afternoon with partly sunny skies and temps in the upper 70s.
As expected it was bright and beautiful today! Temps were comfortable with very little humidity making for a great Saturday. Clouds will increase a bit this evening and there could be some spotty drizzle along the coast, otherwise a quiet overnight with temps in the mid 50s to low 60s.
Most data is keeping us dry during this frontal passage, but I have bumped our rain chances up just a bit to account for the boundary swinging through.
“Critical fire weather conditions are likely to develop across the region leading to rapid rates of spread for any new fire start,” forecasters warned. “Wind gusts of between 25 and 35 mph are likely in the hills of the North and East Bay late Monday night and Tuesday morning, with gusts of 45 to 65 […]
Oftentimes, the Laurels and Ridges act as a wall when it comes to moisture moving in from the southeast. Historically, this type of setup has caused problems when it comes to model data properly processing what may happen.
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Tomorrow clouds thicken up as the day progresses, but temps will be above normal by a few degrees at 82. We cannot rule out some showers, especially south of the city as we tap into a little tropical moisture feed from the Atlantic.