Off to the City that Never Sleeps. I should hope they aren’t sleeping right now, particularly at 11 in the morning. For those that don’t remember, verifications for New York are for Central Park.
At 1051AM, ET, New York City was reporting a temperature of 66 degrees with clear skies. An upper level trough moving through eastern Canada dangled a boundary through interior New England. The upper level trough is spiraling northward, and the boundary isn’t expected to be able to advance much farther eastward.
The weak boundary is working its way through a broader surface ridge, which will dominate the weather in the city over the next few days. The boundary will have entirely dissipated by the end of the day tomorrow. Despite a mostly inactive boundary, temperatures will cool significantly on Friday. As the ridge presses off shore, it’s expected to cycle some moisture northward on the back end of the ridge, leading to some overcast skies late on Friday.
Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 76, Low 60
Friday – Clouds increase late, High 69 Low 58
TWC: Tomorrow – Mostly Sunny High 76, Low 59
Friday – Mostly Sunny High 66, Low 54
AW: Tomorrow – Mostly Sunny High 76, Low 58
Friday – Sunny to partly cloudy High 78, Low 57
NWS: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny High 76, Low 59
Friday – Mostly sunny High 68, Low 57
WB: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny High 75, Low 58
Friday – Mostly sunny High 68, Low 55
WN: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny High 75, Low 57
Friday – Partly Cloudy High 68, Low 57