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Cool & Unsettled Saturday, Warming Trend Next Week, Tropics Update

Good morning! Just a quick update on forecast through this weekend, the warm-up for next week and the tropics. First today will be beautiful with plenty of sunshine and lighter winds. After a cool or chilly start in the 40s and 50s, highs will only reach in the upper 60s to lower 70s over much of the Northeast today. These temperatures are actually closer to normal for this of year. But it will feel much cooler and more like early Autumn, compared to the past few days.

Later tonight and Saturday, as a weak area of low pressure and shortwave trough will move through parts of the Northeast.Clouds will gradually increase ahead of this system during the evening and overnight hours. A few scattered showers are possible late tonight and early tomorrow morning, as a weak cold front from this system moves through. Overnight lows will be in the lower 50s over the Interior areas to upper 50s over more urban and coastal areas.

 

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Irma a powerful Category 5 Hurricane moving toward Caribbean

Hurricane Irma maintained immense strength and power per this evenings 8:00pm National Hurricane Center Advisory, with maximum sustained winds of 185mph. The Hurricane is in the upper echelon of Atlantic-based storms, packing the second highest sustained winds on record since the satellite era of hurricane observations began. Irma will continue on a west/northwest heading this evening, on course for potentially catastrophic impacts in parts of the Caribbean.

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The latest on Invest 99L and a look toward its future

Good evening! During a quiet Tuesday afternoon weather-wise throughout a large majority of the Central and Eastern United States, attention has turned to the tropics. Tropical Storm Franklin continues to move towards the Yucatan and Invest 99L, a tropical wave well out in the Central Atlantic Ocean, continues a slow movement northwest. But how much of a threat do either of these systems pose to the U.S Mainland, specifically 99L?  Lets clear the air, discuss the synoptics, and shed any misconceptions about tropical threats over the next week or so.

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Premium Long Range: Cooler, Active Pattern Next Week…More Changes Late Month?

Good morning! More summer-like weather with more heat and humidity will continue for the rest of the week,with some scattered showers and thunderstorms possible each afternoon or evening. But it appears the Western Hemispheric pattern will undergo another more significant changes to support some cooler weather again for next week.

First changes, will start occurring over North Pacific as usual this week. An upper-level low will be near the Aleutian Islands or Southwest Alaska. This will cause a high-amplitude ridge to build over the West Coast by early next week. This will result in a larger trough digging and encompassing much of the Central and Eastern US over for next week.  Then cooler airmasses from Canada will be invading the CONUS, with temperatures well below over the much of the Northern and Central Plains and into parts of Great Lakes and Ohio Valley.

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