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Transition From Cool and Dry to Warm and Humid by Memorial Day
Transition From Cool and Dry to Warm and Humid by Memorial Day
May 22, 2015; 9:40 AM
It is not going to snow any time soon, but in any type of weather the flag is a symbol of freedom. This holiday weekend we celebrate the contributions of those who were there to defend the freedoms we enjoy in these times.
Northeast: Chilly Start Then Warmer for Memorial Day Weekend
Northeast: Chilly Start Then Warmer for Memorial Day Weekend
May 21, 2015; 9:47 AM
Once again, the rain will miss much of central and northern New England. The region has been in a dry spell, as evidenced by its appearance on this U.S Drought Monitor map.
Northeast: Warming Trend for the Memorial Day Weekend
Northeast: Warming Trend for the Memorial Day Weekend
May 20, 2015; 9:39 AM
A cold front crossed the Northeast yesterday. Looking at these maps, which show morning temperatures yesterday versus readings around the same time today, we can see that the biggest drop in temperatures occurred around the lower Great Lakes.
Northeast: Showers Today, Then Cool and Dry
Northeast: Showers Today, Then Cool and Dry
May 19, 2015; 9:38 AM
Much of eastern New England has been in a dry spell ever since the last snow melted. More dry weather is on the way from tomorrow through the end of the week. This radar image taken at mid-morning Tuesday is peppered with showers.
Michigan to Maryland: Warm, Then Cooler
Michigan to Maryland: Warm, Then Cooler
May 18, 2015; 7:17 AM
Cooling will also occur from Wisconsin into western Michigan as a cold front moves eastward. This map shows the arrangement of fronts and the area of relatively warm air between the two cool air masses:
Warmer for the Weekend With Spotty Thunderstorms
Warmer for the Weekend With Spotty Thunderstorms
May 15, 2015; 7:37 AM
The worst storms later in the weekend will precede the cold front that brings cooler air back into the Northeast next week. This map shows the threat as outlined by the NWS Storm Prediction Center:
Northeast: Warmer for the Weekend With Spotty Showers
Northeast: Warmer for the Weekend With Spotty Showers
May 14, 2015; 7:31 AM
With the dry weather now affecting the Northeast, are any signs of change? These two maps show the GFS-predicted total rainfall (1) between today and the end of this weekend and (2) between today and the Saturday of next weekend (Memorial Day weekend).
Northeast: Warming Trend Tomorrow Into the Weekend
Northeast: Warming Trend Tomorrow Into the Weekend
May 13, 2015; 9:25 AM
The southern Plains have been affected be repeated rounds of heavy rain, with more on the way. This map shows the GFS - predicted total rainfall between today and early Monday morning. If correct, it means the weather regime will be much the same as it has been recently.
Return to Spring by Midweek in I-95 Corridor
Return to Spring by Midweek in I-95 Corridor
May 11, 2015; 11:06 AM
A cold front crossing the Midwest will move all the way to the East Coast by the end of the day tomorrow. You can see the front on this map. Showers and thunderstorms will develop ahead of the front this afternoon, and some can become severe.
Boston Cools as NYC Warms Today; Both Warm for Mother's Day
Boston Cools as NYC Warms Today; Both Warm for Mother's Day
May 08, 2015; 10:34 AM
In most of the Northeast, it will feel more like summer than spring on Mothers Day. Right now, cool air is moving quickly southwestward down the New England coast. At Boston, it was 73 at 9AM, then dropped to 60 degrees at 10. This map shows the 9AM temperature pattern:

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