... weekend, but will the southeast storm come up the coast early next week?***
- You can see the current radar at 4:34 AM in the 1st image with heavy rain for the coast and heavy snow on the backside of the storm. The rain will be ending on Long Island by 10 AM, but it will still be windy today. - A cold shot for Wednesday night and Thursday, and then milder for this weekend. - There will be a storm for the southeastern states this weekend, and there's a chance it will come close enough up the coast to affect at least the coast of the northeast early next week with rain. The Euro and Canadian keep us dry, but the GFS brings it up the coast for next Monday as a strong nor'easter. Looking at the Euro ensembles (see 4th image), there's probably around a 30% chance that it comes close enough to bring us rain, but it will likely become the main focus of my updates for now, so stay tuned.
- 1st image: Current radar at 4:34 AM - 2nd image: My 5 day forecast for Long Island - 3rd image: Projected lows for late Wednesday night into early Thursday morning - 4th image: Projected storm locations/strengths at 1 PM next Monday from the Euro ensemble members - 5th image: Projected temperatures for Long Island for the next 15 days from the Euro ensembles