... stormy Sunday night with heavy rain and high winds followed by a seasonably chilly and mostly dry week***
- I posted all of the snow maps and a future radar video yesterday for the periods of snow showers around the northeast today and tomorrow. See the last 2 images for the new snow maps from the National Weather Service and HRRR model. - Turning milder on Friday, and then Saturday is even milder and a good day for outdoor activities. - Sunday will be very mild, but it will become windy with an increasing chance of showers and then a period of steadier/heavier rain from west to east at night into early Monday morning with very strong wind gusts generally up to 50 or 55 mph, but the normally windier spots along the shore and at elevation can see wind gusts up to 60 mph. - Next week looks relatively dry, chilly, and uneventful.
- 1st image: My 5 day forecast for Long Island - 2nd image: Projected temperatures for Long Island from the Euro ensembles - 3rd and 4th images: Maps from the Euro for 1 AM and 7 AM Monday - 5th image: Maximum projected wind gusts in knots from the Euro, even though these are a bit overdone - 6th image: Model Blend precipitation map through Monday morning - 7th and 8th images: Snow maps through tomorrow from the NWS and HRRR