Rain rain go away — and it does! Mr. G’s better forecast

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NEW YORK (PIX11) — The backdoor cold front that made us some 15 degrees cooler than Monday’s stalls just south of the area. Clouds could develop into the overnight hours along with some patchy fog.


Front eventually begins to shift back northward as a warm front but strong high pressure off of Maine will only allow the chance of some light rain or drizzle to develop by Wednesday afternoon. With the cloud cover and winds off the ocean tomorrow, temperatures are expected to be cool once again with highs in the upper 60s.


The warm front finally lifts through Thursday morning and winds will shift southerly allowing temperatures to go back to the 70s. With warm humid air in place and a cold front to our west in the Appalachians, showers could pop up by the afternoon.


The cold front finally makes it way to the region and with it will be a lot of moisture. Several waves of low pressure will parade it’s way along the front bringing periods of heavy rain and even a few thunderstorms through the day. Showers could linger into Saturday morning but skies will gradually clear out west to east by the afternoon.



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