Good morning and Happy Thursday! As we move forward towards the end of the week, which seems to be approaching rapidly after Tuesday’s holiday, the weather has been continually pleasant throughout the majority of the Northeast States. Aside for a few local exceptions, seasonable weather has been the beat of the drum over the past 48 hours, with just a few isolated showers and storms in the Mid Atlantic up until Wednesday Night.
Things have already begun to change, as you may have noticed by a newly southeast wind direction along the shores which is pushing inland. This is known more affectionately as an “onshore flow” and it often signals changing weather in the Northeast, when high pressure systems are beginning to lose their grip or control on the area’s weather. Today is no different: Clouds will increase and the onshore flow will begin to aid in moisture advecting towards the region.
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