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7:00 AM | Another frontal passage to deal with tomorrow night


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7:00 AM | Another frontal passage to deal with tomorrow night

Paul Dorian

6-Day NYC Forecast


Mainly sunny, warm, highs in the upper 70's


Partly cloudy, mild, lows in the lwoer 60's


Partly sunny, quite warm, more humid, chance for late day scattered showers and thunderstorms, lower 80’s for afternoon highs

Thursday Night

Evening showers and thunderstorms possible, clearing and turning slightly cooler after midnight, near 60 degrees for late night lows


Mainly sunny, noticeably cooler, less humid, near 70 degrees


Mainly cloudy, still comfortably cool, near 70 degrees


Partly sunny, warmer, upper 70’s


Mainly sunny, warm, upper 70's


A cold front passed through the region last night, but temperatures will not change all that much here today and with plenty of sunshine, afternoon highs should reach the upper 70's. Another frontal system will arrive in the area tomorrow night and it can bring us more scattered showers and thunderstorms. Following that frontal passage, temperatures will indeed trend downward for Friday and Saturday with afternoon highs on both days likely near 70 degrees. Looking ahead, it looks like high pressure ridging will persist across the NE US and SE Canada for much of next week and this will prevent any cold air from Canada to head in our direction through at least the middle of the month. In addition, strong and persistent high pressure ridging to the northeast of here this time of year always raises a red flag for any potential tropical systems to “slide underneath” towards the US. Therefore, we’ll need to keep a close eye on the Caribbean Sea, southwestern Atlantic, and Gulf of Mexico during the next couple of weeks.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Perspecta, Inc.