Onshore flow and Unsettled Weather Remains, but Light at the End of the Tunnel


Good evening, everyone! Unfortunately, the onshore flow and unsettled regime from the past several weeks has re-entrenched itself across the area, giving our area plenty of clouds, fog, drizzle, as well as scattered showers and thunderstorms. But as we mentioned in our premium article on Saturday night, there would be some subsidence in the area between a departing coastal storm and the core of a mid-level disturbance well to the northwest. This is why our area is not seeing any rain right now. However, plenty of deep onshore flow will keep a lot of low-level clouds and moisture around, which will lead to drizzle and fog continuing for the night. Some of this fog could be dense along the coast, as this moisture will get trapped underneath a strong inversion aloft. Temperatures will generally remain in the low 60s for most of the overnight, and any rain and thunderstorms associated with the main mid-level disturbance will mostly remain in Orange and Dutchess counties and northward. But as the mid-level disturbance slowly pivots southeast, storms will gradually get triggered a bit further south as the overnight goes on.

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