A colder airmass settled over the region, as expected overnight and this morning. But this airmass will be already on it way out this afternoon, as the pattern remains quite progressive. After quite a cold start with most of the area dropping into the 30s and some upper 20s, temperatures will rise into the upper 40s or lower 50s with plenty of sunshine this afternoon. Which is still chilly and somewhat below normal for November 12th. Strong and large high pressure centered over Ohio Valley will keep skies free today of much cloud cover through tonight.
Mostly clear skies and light winds will lead to more radiational cooling tonight. Especially for the suburbs, where lows will bottom upper 20s to middle 30s. Closer to NYC and urban areas lows will be upper 30s to lower 40s. On Sunday, more southwest winds with high pressure shifting south of the region, will support warmer high temperatures in upper 50s to lower 60s during the afternoon. More sunshine and dry weather will dominate throughout the day. It should feel more pleasant than today! Some more highlights for early next week:
- Dry and mild weather continues in the day on Monday with highs in upper 50s to lower 60s.
- A small coastal storm may impact parts of the region some rain and wind Monday night and Tuesday.
- Our Winter Forecast for 2016-17 will be released to the public on Monday!
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