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Memorial Day Weekend Forecast Comes Into Focus: Day-By-Day Outlook Memorial Day Weekend Forecast Comes Into Focus: Day-By-Day Outlook
Memorial Day Weekend Forecast Comes Into Focus: Day-By-Day Outlook Let's start with the good news. Most of the Memorial Day weekend will be seasonable, pleasant, and dry. Now, the not-so-good news: Showers are likely on Memorial Day, and thunderstorms could occur in some spots in the region. Friday, May 24, will be sunny with high temperatures in the mid-80s, but it will be breezy and with less humidity, making it cooler than the mercury may indicate. Saturday, May 25 will be another bright, sunny, and comfortable day with the high temperature of around 80 degrees. Sunday, May 26, will be partly sunny for most of the day, with a high temperature ag…
Possible Record-Breaking Temps Will Be Followed By Storms, Big Change In Weather Pattern Possible Record-Breaking Temps Will Be Followed By Storms, Big Change In Weather Pattern
Possible Record-Breaking Temps Will Be Followed By Storms, Big Change In Weather Pattern A topsy-turvy weather pattern will see dramatic shifts in temperatures over the next couple of days triggered by an approaching frontal system accompanied by a new round of showers and thunderstorms. After a long stretch of temperatures at or below normal levels, the mercury will climb into the 90s on Saturday, May 21 and Sunday, May 22, with the potential for possible record-breaking temperatures for this time of the year. "In many areas, the heat and humidity this Saturday and Sunday will bring the hottest conditions since last August," according to AccuWeather.com. After a mostly cloudy…
Weekend Outlook: Here's When Soaking Rain Returns Weekend Outlook: Here's When Soaking Rain Returns
Weekend Outlook: Here's When Soaking Rain Returns The first half of the weekend will be dry before a storm system sweeps into the East, bringing soaking rain to the region. It will be mostly sunny and a bit cooler on Saturday, Oct. 26 with a high temperature around 60 degrees. Rain arrives overnight and will continue throughout the day on Sunday, Oct. 27. It will be cloudy and breezy with wind out of the southeast at around 10 miles per hour with gusts up to 25 mph. Up to one inch of precipitation is possible before the rain finally tapers off at around 9 p.m. Sunday. Skies will gradually clear overnight and Monday, Oct. 28 will be most…
Storm System Winds Down With Big Change In Weather Pattern Coming This Week Storm System Winds Down With Big Change In Weather Pattern Coming This Week
Storm System Winds Down With Big Change In Weather Pattern Coming This Week A storm system that brought a mix of snow, sleet and rain to the region will move out by midday, starting a week that will see a big change in the weather pattern. Precipitation will wrap up around noontime Sunday, March 10 on a cloudy and windy day in which the high temperature will be in the low 40s with a wind-chill factor between 25 and 35. Here's how the rest of the week shapes up: Monday, March 11: Mostly sunny with a high in the mid 40s. Tuesday, March 12: Sunny with a high in the low 40s. Wednesday, March 13: Sunny with a high in the mid 40s. Thursday, March 14: The ch…
Cold Snap Will End Before Rain Arrives, Preventing Potential Snowstorm In Area Cold Snap Will End Before Rain Arrives, Preventing Potential Snowstorm In Area
Cold Snap Will End Before Rain Arrives, Preventing Potential Snowstorm In Area The stretch of unseasonably cold weather will end just in time this weekend to prevent what potentially could have been a significant snowfall. Temperatures will start to rise just in the nick of time, in fact. The overnight low Friday night into Saturday morning will be around 25 degrees with a windchill factor between 20 and 25 degrees. Clouds will roll in during the morning Saturday and the temperature will rise into the mid- to upper-40s before rainfall arrives around 1 p.m. Up to a quarter-inch of rain is possible through the evening. Sunday will be warmer yet, with a high in th…
Possible Fourth Nor'easter Could Last For Days Possible Fourth Nor'easter Could Last For Days
Possible Fourth Nor'easter Could Last For Days Click here for an updated story: New Forecast Models Released For Start-Of-Spring Storm A fourth possible Nor'easter to hit the area this month could bring a combination of rain, snow and strong winds to a storm-weary region over a period of three days next week, according to the latest models. The updated possible time frame for the start-of-spring storm is now Tuesday afternoon through early Thursday morning. It’s still too early to project how much rain and snow the storm may bring, or what parts of the area would see rain, snow, or a wintry mix.  The first three Nor'easters, from Marc…