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Midsummer Heat for the Northeast Next Week
Midsummer Heat for the Northeast Next Week
August 28, 2015; 7:53 AM
Tropical Storm Erika could eventually affect Florida and other sections of the Gulf Coast or Southeast, but for now it poses no threat for the Northeast. This map shows the storm as of early this morning.
Northeast: Warmer and More Humid for the Weekend
Northeast: Warmer and More Humid for the Weekend
August 27, 2015; 10:40 AM
The second concern is Erika. The map below shows what many different models area saying. While there is a good agreement in the short range, the longer-range spread is quite larger, with tracks ...
Northeast to Have Some Sun for the Last Weekend of August
Northeast to Have Some Sun for the Last Weekend of August
August 26, 2015; 10:32 AM
This picture shows where Erika is. The various models show a track toward Florida with a lot of uncertainty after that. If it does make it to land, then moves slowly (steering forces look weak), it could be a major rain producer.
Northeast: Less Humid at Midweek, Then More Humid for the Weekend
Northeast: Less Humid at Midweek, Then More Humid for the Weekend
August 25, 2015; 9:10 AM
It is way too early to be definitive about these storms, but the many models being used in predicting the track have closer agreement than many storms have at this point.
Northeast: Dry and Cool Most of the Week
Northeast: Dry and Cool Most of the Week
August 24, 2015; 9:56 AM
On this satellite picture, you can see a cold front approaching the Appalachians. That front helped produce thunderstorms in the Midwest yesterday, but that activity died out overnight. It is likely to reactivate today, with...
Weekend to be Dry for the Interior Northeast, Wet on the Coast
Weekend to be Dry for the Interior Northeast, Wet on the Coast
August 21, 2015; 9:40 AM
...shows a north-south trough line over New England. Moist air will approach this line from the southeast while northerly breezes bring in dry weather west of the line. As the front stalls then slowly backs up, some moisture can spread westward later in the weekend.
Showers and Thunderstorms Move Into the East
Showers and Thunderstorms Move Into the East
August 20, 2015; 9:35 AM
A cold front advancing eastward from the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley is sponsoring showers and thunderstorms from Lake Erie to West Virginia. The setup favors even more moisture getting involved, as suggested by the surface pressure map:
Showers, Thunderstorms Will Reach Northeast Corridor by Friday
Showers, Thunderstorms Will Reach Northeast Corridor by Friday
August 19, 2015; 8:24 AM
A day and a half later, a small ship spotted Anthony and his wife. The tiny piece of land was named Thatcher's Island in memory of the tragic loss from the Great Colonial Hurricane of 1635. The black marker on this map shows Thatcher's Island, Essex County, Massachusetts.
Heat to Ease but Humidity Will Increase
Heat to Ease but Humidity Will Increase
August 18, 2015; 9:15 AM
There were multiple areas of thunderstorms in the 25 hours ending at 9AM ET today, as shown on this lightning map. This pattern suggests the possibility of multiple rounds and thunderstorms in the Northeast during upcoming days.
Northeast Heat Wave to Ease From Midweek On
Northeast Heat Wave to Ease From Midweek On
August 17, 2015; 7:10 AM
Any cooling will be limited and computer models suggest the heat will come back in full force, as suggested by this upper air flow projection for Friday, Aug. 28.

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