Saturday 4:30pm.. Showers and a few thundershowers moved along the north shore during the overnight hours last night and dropped 1.0 mms rain in central Queens county. A weak low pressure system developed along the frontal trough over NS today and will move off the coast tonight, meanwhile a ridge of high pressure will build in from the west tomorrow followed by a weak cold front Sunday night. Charts are hinting at a weak low pressure system developing over New England and moving into the Maritimes for Monday. This system cold bring lows of slow moving thunderstorms into the area which could result in significant amounts of rainfall although models are still unclear on the potential track of this system. More on this in upcoming posts. A couple of more frontal trofs will be crossing the region through mid week with the last of the fronts expected to swing through on Thursday morning. An end to this recent warm muggy weather on Friday as cooler and drier air moves in.
Precipitation.. Few stray showers ending this evening. Rain should begin Monday afternoon with significant possible. Showers are possible for Tuesday through Thursday as a series of frontal troughs cross.
Thunderstorms.. possible on Monday..
Wind.. Light northerly will shift to southerly Sunday afternoon then back to northerly Monday night.
Temperatures.. At or above normal through through Wednesday becoming cooler on Thursday and less mugg.
Tonight..Mainly cloudy, clearing overnight, light northerly winds, lows near 15.
Sunday..Sunny, light northeast wins shifting to southerly in the afternoon with highs near 24.
Monday.. Cloudy with showers and thundershowers (Watching a potential system from New England with possible heavy downpours) light southwest winds, warm and muggy with highs near 27.
Tuesday/Wednesday Cloudy with showers, highs mid 20′s
Thursday. Clearing and cooler