... into Sunday night strong cold front with some heavy rain and strong wind gusts!***
- You can see the cold few days centered around Wednesday into Wednesday night before we get into the upper 40's Friday, mid 50's Saturday, and upper 50's Sunday. - In the 3rd image, you can see the future radar from the NAM for 9 AM Wednesday as there could be some rain and snow showers from eastern MA down towards eastern Long Island from Tuesday night into Wednesday from an inverted trough extending towards the developing ocean storm. - The strong cold front will arrive sometime on Sunday afternoon or evening with a period of moderate to heavy rain and strong wind gusts into the night. The Euro isn't backing down at all from the potential for wind gusts up to 60 mph for the normally windier locations in the northeast along the shore and at higher elevations inland.
- 1st image: My 5 day forecast for Long Island - 2nd image: Projected temperatures for Long Island from the Euro ensembles - 3rd image: 9 AM Wednesday from the NAM model - 4th image: Overnight Sunday night into early Monday morning from the Euro - 5th image: Maximum projected wind gusts in knots from the Euro, although these are likely overdone