moving through the Philadelphia and New York City metropolitan areas this morning with thunderstorms and periods of heavy rain this morning.
Early in the morning, a few isolated thunderstorms reached severe levels over southeastern Pennsylvania as the air mass was marginally unstable enough to support thunderstorms with 60 mph wind gusts. A few trees were downed over portions of Delaware County, Pennsylvania as a result. However, the air mass was far more stable over the rest of New Jersey and the New York City metropolitan area which caused the thunderstorms to dramatically weaken.
The cold front itself will exit into the Atlantic by noon today, however showers will linger until later this Christian Louboutin Pumps afternoon as dry air slowly works into the region. Today’s highs have already occurred with many locations in the upper 50’s to upper 60’s this morning ahead of the cold front, however temperatures will fall into the lower to mid 50’s for this afternoon and then into the 40’s this evening. Skies will clear for this evening with a northwesterly wind around 10 to 20 mph and temperatures falling into the 30’s for lows tonight.
A frontal boundary will linger over the northern Mid Atlantic tomorrow and Thursday as two air masses set up to class over the region through the rest of this week, especially on Friday. A few weak disturbances will produce variable clouds and isolated to widely scattered showers on Wednesday evening through Thursday morning. However, I do not expect any wide spread rainfall from these disturbances and most locations will remain dry over the next two days. Temperatures will be on the cool side, generally in the 50’s which is slightly below normal but overall seasonable.
A warm front will drive northward on Friday with the threat of rainfall. As of this morning, the best lifting and therefore the more steady rainfall is targeted for the eastern Great Lakes. However with high pressure drifting off the New England coast on Friday morning, overcast skies and periods of showers will be expected through the day. To the northeast of the warm front, raw and cool conditions can be expected with temperatures struggling in the 50’s while to the southwest of the warm front, skies will start to clear with temperatures rapidly rise towards 60 degrees.
The warm front will move north of the region on Louboutin shoes Saturday, however a few disturbance will keep the threat for showers in the forecast through the afternoon hours. High pressure over the Southeast coast will produce excellent weather conditions on Sunday with clear skies and temperatures well above normal in the 60’s and potentially pushing into the lower 70’s for some locations over the Delaware River Valley.
A rapidly weakening Christian Louboutin cold front on Monday with produce a threat for showers and a few thunderstorms, however no change in the air mass is expected with temperatures remaining well above normal with lows in the 40’s and lower 50’s and highs in the 60’s to mid 70’s.