By Matt DeLucia CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer Good evening, all. Despite the clouds and fog, it was feeling seasonable out there today. We reached a high of 70 in the city, which is right around where […]
Good afternoon folks! Our weekend did start off with more fog and clouds than we’d like to have on a Saturday, but we are getting some breaks of sun this afternoon.
Expect some dense fog this morning if you’re near the coast, which, most of us are.
Another gorgeous day today — One of the top ten days of the year.
Highs inland will be in the 80s while folks along the coast will struggle to get out of the 60s and 70s.
Another good-looking summer preview awaits us. We start the day in the upper 50s to low 60s around the area.
What a day today! We hit 80° here in NYC with a few suburbs in western NJ warming up into the lower 80s. See the map for some more readings.
Sunshine dominates the remainder of the afternoon with high temps a bit warmer than yesterday in the upper 70s.
Just a few clouds will stick to the area, but they will burn off by 7/8 a.m. giving way to lots of warm, spring sun. Today’s high: 77°.
A stream of clouds is sagging across the area stretching from western New York out beyond Rhode Island. It’s actually an extension from a larger low pressure system that is plaguing the Midwest with tornado warnings right now.
Some showers may linger into this afternoon with clouds giving way to sun (especially late in the day).
We are about 20 degrees cooler than our high temp yesterday. Showers will be on and off through about mid-morning, then by afternoon it should just be clouds giving way to sunshine by day’s end.
It’s been just as mild as yesterday. We hit a high temp of 85 degrees at 1:55 p.m. This makes sense as the sun really broke out midday. Clouds have since filtered the sun and since sunset, more are moving in.
We’ll be in and out of clouds the remainder of the afternoon with a chance of showers/storms (especially across the southern half of the area).
We have a pretty good looking day today. The thunder threat has lessened a bit, but you can’t rule out a storm anytime a front comes by. The best bet for severe weather would be after noon.