NEW YORK (PIX 11) — It’ll be another quiet night as high pressure keeps us dry tonight.
Patchy fog could redevelop for a few parts of the area with temperatures in the northern suburbs going close to freezing. We could have some freezing fog that could produce some slick spots in particularly on bridges and overpasses.
With a southwesterly flow tomorrow, temperatures will once again reach the lower 50s. Clouds will roll in by the afternoon as a slow moving cold front approaches the area.
Fog will develop tomorrow night and it could be locally dense as warmer air continues to make its way to the northeast ahead of the slow moving front. Temperatures itself will hold steady at around 50 degrees through the night.
A series of lows from the south will begin to ride along the front as it becomes stationary on Thursday.
In terms of weather for us, it’ll be quite mild highs at around 60 with a mix of sun and clouds.
The first area of low pressure will arrive Thursday night with some drizzle and fog after midnight. Friday will be dreary with occasional showers throughout the day. That low moves off shore by Friday night and we get a break on Saturday.
On Sunday, another area of low pressure approaches and there is a bit more uncertainty with this one.
There is colder air associated with this storm and the track will determine how much, if any, wintry precipitation we will get. At this point our thinking is that it may bring a mixed bag at the onset for Sunday night before it changes over to all rain. As we get closer, we get a clearer idea of what this storm will do.