Another beautiful day and maps for rain, snow, and severe weather along with the LI forecast:
- One more beautiful day for Long Island, but tomorrow and Saturday will generally just be mostly cloudy and a little cooler.
- The rain on Sunday now looks like it will advance farther to the northeast than previously expected; I have included the rainfall maps below.
- There will be plenty of snow in Colorado and Wyoming next week (see Euro snow map below).
- There will be severe weather with tornadoes in the deep south tomorrow into Saturday (see maps below).
LONG ISLAND FORECAST:
Today: Mostly sunny with highs mostly in the mid 60's, but cooler for the south shore and east end. Wind mostly out of the N at around 5 mph in the morning, shifting to a S wind at around 10 mph in the afternoon.
Tonight: Mostly clear with lows in the low to mid 40's. Wind out of the SSE at 5 to 10 mph.
Tomorrow: Increasing clouds in the afternoon with highs around 60 degrees. Wind generally out of the E in the morning at 5 mph and then S in the afternoon at 10 mph.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy with highs in the low 60's. Wind out of the SSE at 5 to 10 mph.
Sunday: Cloudy with an 80% chance of rain with highs in the upper 50's. Wind mostly out of the ESE at 10 to 15 mph.
Monday: Cloudy with a 40% chance of some showers. Highs in the mid to upper 50's. Wind out of the NE at 10 mph.
Tuesday: Partly to mostly cloudy with highs close to 60 degrees.
- 1st image: Projected highs for today from the National Weather Service
- 2nd image: Projected snowfall for the next 10 days from the Euro
- 3rd image: Severe weather potential for tomorrow into tomorrow night from the Storm Prediction Center
- 4th and 5th images: Maps from the Euro for Sunday at 8 AM and 2 PM, respectively
- 6th image: Severe weather potential for Saturday from the Storm Prediction Center
- 7th to 10th images: Projected precipitation through 8 PM Monday from the Euro, GFS, Euro ensemble mean, and Weather Prediction Center, respectively
- 11th image: Projected temperatures for Long Island for the next 10 days from the National Weather Service model blend