Good morning and Happy Monday to you all! As you make your way out the door this morning, you’ll notice a change to the sensible weather conditions in place throughout the majority of the Northeast states. You can thank a strengthening south/southeasterly flow for that — it has replaced the cooler, northwest breeze with a warmer and slightly more humid airmass. Warmer and more humid air will advect into the Northeast states for the remainder of today.
Near the coast, these southeasterly winds have already resulted in the presence of some stratus clouds along the shores of Long Island and even parts of New Jersey — with some localized fog in other locales as well. This will burn off as the day goes on, but the progression of disturbances in the mid and upper levels of the atmosphere will bring more unsettled weather into the picture by this afternoon.
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