Monthly Archives: September 2013

Possible Trouble Next Week

An upper level ridge will be building in the east towards the beginning of next week, which makes it possible for storm development offshore to menace the east coast. An area of interest just off the east coast of Florida … Continue reading

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Fall-Like Weather Closes out the Last Full Week of September

Discussion: An upper level cutoff low near the Eastern Maine/Canadian border will remain in that area for a couple days before finally sliding east after midweek. At the surface, circulation patterns around an area of high pressure to our west … Continue reading

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Not a Washout This Weekend, but some showers are expected.

Discussion: An upper level shortwave trough in the north central US will traverse New England during the day on Sunday and become cutoff just off the coast of Maine. At the surface, a cold front works its way into the … Continue reading

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Seasonable, Warmer, Seasonable

Synopsis: An area of high pressure that has been with us for much of the week begins to slide toward the eastern part of our area tomorrow. The southern flow will usher in some warmer temperatures for our Friday. A … Continue reading

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Unsettled Weather Into Early Next Week

Discussion: A Cold Front approaches the region on Saturday and with it comes a chance for scattered showers through a good portion of the weekend. On Monday of next week, blocking high pressure will sit to our north while an … Continue reading

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Pleasant Weather Continues

Discussion: High pressure remains in control over the New England Region today. Over the next couple days it will gradually slide east as an area of disturbed weather develops over central Canada. An associated cold front will approach this the … Continue reading

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Early Season Chill Dipping Into Parts of the Tri-State

Discussion: High Pressure is in control across the New England Region. Skies are clear and winds are expected to become calm going into this evening. We are not far away from the autumnal equinox, which means our daylight is just a … Continue reading

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Forecast Discussion 9/16/2013

Current Conditions: At 17:46 UTC 9/16/2013 The Temperature at Stony Brook University’s South P lot weather station was 66.5˚F with a wind out of the North at 10 mph, gusting to 14 mph. Across the region temperatures range from the … Continue reading

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