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7:00 AM | **An unstable day with intensifying winds and possible PM rain and/or snow showers**


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7:00 AM | **An unstable day with intensifying winds and possible PM rain and/or snow showers**

Paul Dorian

6-Day forecast for the NYC metro region


Windy today with steady rain early then scattered PM rain and/or snow showers, gusts of up to 40 mph are possible, an isolated thunderstorm cannot be ruled out, highs near 50 degrees


Snow and/or rain showers possible in the evening; otherwise, mostly cloudy, windy and cold with gusts possible to 40 mph, lows in the lower 30’s


Mainly sunny, windy and cold, gusts to 40 mph are possible, upper 40’s for afternoon highs

Saturday Night

Mainly clear, brisk, cold, near 30 degrees for overnight lows


Mainly sunny, noticeably milder and calmer, mid-to-upper 50’s


Mainly cloudy, mild early in the day, but turning colder late, occasional rain is likely and it can change briefly to snow at night, mid-to-upper 50’s early in the day, but temperatures drop late


Mainly sunny, breezy, cold, mid 40’s


Mainly sunny, still chilly, mid-to-upper 40’s


Intensifying low pressure is headed towards northern New England this morning from around Long Island, but that won’t be the end of the threat for precipitation in the Mid-Atlantic region. An Arctic frontal system supported by a strong wave of energy in the upper atmosphere will slam into the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast US later today and this will result in wind gusts of 40 mph and possible PM rain and/or snow showers, maybe even an isolated thunderstorm. Any thunderstorm that does form later today could produce small hail as freezing levels will be quite low in the lower atmosphere. The wind and cold will stick around during the first part of the weekend, but it’ll turn noticeably milder and calmer on Sunday with mid-to-upper 50’s likely for afternoon highs. Looking ahead, the weather is looking pretty favorable for the Yankees home opener next Thursday afternoon with some sunshine expected and temperatures likely in the 50's.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Perspecta, Inc.