After a beautiful, blustery day, winds will begin to diminish this evening. Then clouds will increase tonight as a weak clipper low approaches the Great Lakes. While moisture will be limited, some showers from this system are likely over parts of the region late tonight and into early Monday morning. Especially just northwest of NYC, where better forcing, just north of the low track, could even support a period of moderate rain. Temperatures will fall into middle 40s to lower 50s much of the region overnight.
Then clouds will clear for more sunshine, behind the clipper later Monday morning and afternoon. It will become breezy again with drier northwest winds. But winds will be as strong as this past weekend. Sunshine will help temperatures reach into the upper 50s to lower 60s. But a colder airmass will begin arriving tomorrow night with temperatures dropping into 30s and 40s over the region. Some other highlights through midweek:
- Below normal temperatures are anticipated during the middle of the week, with highs only the upper 40s to lower 50s by Wednesday.
- Widespread frost is possible on Wednesday or Thursday morning with low temperatures in 20s and 30s over the region.
- A low moving over the Great Lakes bring more showers in the area by Thursday night or Friday
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