On this afternoon's weather map, a cold front or the leading edge to colder air, is now east of Central New York. High pressure is evident behind the cold front over the Upper Great Lakes region with low pressure organizing over the
With the cold front now to our east, a freshening breeze will import noticeably cooler air into the region this afternoon. By early tomorrow, the aforementioned area of high pressure is projected to be situated near
With high pressure forecast to move through the region tomorrow, we should find plenty of sunshine as we kick off the weekend. However, with the high forecast to shift off the East Coast, it will make room for that area of low pressure to our west. Clouds well in advance of the storm center will creep into
However, with the passage of the warm front and with the low center passing to our north, we will need to include at least the threat, if not the likelihood, for a period or two of rain showers. High temperatures on Sunday should flirt or exceed 60 degrees!
Right now it looks like we may sneak in another warm day Monday as Sunday’s storm moves east and we start the day with some sun. However, a second storm system will bring clouds and eventual rain later Monday.
Thereafter, much uncertainty still exists.
In the wake of the second area of low pressure, a front will move through