Another mild week ahead!
As a powerful storm moves east off the eastern seaboard, we’ll see clouds give way to partial sunshine. The northerly breeze continues through the mid afternoon. A weak cold front slides through overnight with a sprinkle possible, but this will return us to breezy conditions for Tuesday.
High pressure builds across the east coast delivering a sunny, mild Valentine’s Day. This high pressure area stacks up into the upper atmosphere with a summer-like ‘Bermuda’ High set up that draws up more warm air from the south for the second half of the week. As it does so, more record high temperatures look to be challenged Thursday and/or Friday. A cold front delivers showers Friday and seasonally cold air to begin the weekend on Saturday.
Numbers aren’t in yet, but it’s safe to say, we’ll have above average temperatures all week long!
Making some decent gains in the daylight! Daylight savings time begins Mar 13th! Sunrise and sunset are one hour later instantly.
It’s tougher to get an appreciable snowfall with more daylight from a stronger sun. It’s even tougher to keep it on the ground once March arrives.
TODAY: Clouds and some sun by the end of today. Highs in the mid 40s. Winds N at 10-18 MPH.
TONIGHT: Stars and clouds with a sprinkle or flurry passing through around Midnight. Lows near 32.
TUESDAY: Sunshine and milder in the afternoon with highs near 50.
WEDNESDAY: More sun than clouds with highs near 55.
THURSDAY: Mainly sunny with a light to moderate southerly breeze. High near 62°. This would beat the current record of 60° (1910)!
FRIDAY: Showers, near 60.
NEXT WEEKEND: Seasonally cool and dry.