Despite another cooler airmass over the region today, the pattern overall will be progressive this week, with a number of upper-level disturbances and frontal boundaries moving through Northeast. For today, high pressure will be in control with plenty of sunshine. After some cold temperatures early this morning, temperatures will rise into the middle 50s over much the region this afternoon. Winds will be out north and lighter than over the past few days. So it will feel a little more pleasant today.
Mostly clear skies and calmer winds tonight will allow for temperatures late tonight and early tomorrow fall again into the 20s and lower 30s over interior locations, as well as over the Pine Barrens. Mid-upper 30s to lower 40s closer to NYC and urban areas. More sunshine is store for Tuesday with high pressure in control. But it will milder tomorrow afternoon, with more mid-level ridging and west-southwest winds, helping temperatures warm into the lower to middle 60s. Some other highlights for this week:
- Some showers are possible as a cold front and upper-level trough moves through on Wednesday.
- Another cooler, drier airmass will come in for Thursday with possibly below normal temperatures.
- Temperatures may moderate again on Friday, ahead cold front and upper-level trough approaching the region.
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