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Northeast: Dry Much of the Weekend; Rain Follows
Northeast: Dry Much of the Weekend; Rain Follows
April 17, 2015; 9:44 AM
This map shows the GFS forecast for Monday at 2 p.m. ET. If correct, rain will hold off for the Boston Marathon. However, you can see that any speedup of the rain would prove that idea to be wrong.
Showers Cross Northeast Tomorrow; Weekend Looks Good
Showers Cross Northeast Tomorrow; Weekend Looks Good
April 16, 2015; 10:21 AM
Another high pressure area will build over the Northeast during the weekend, so sunshine with mild afternoons can be expected. However, this forecast map for next Monday evening shows how extensive and wide ranging the next storm may be.
Northeast: Storm-Free Most of the Time Into the Weekend
Northeast: Storm-Free Most of the Time Into the Weekend
April 15, 2015; 7:06 AM
These maps show how the US model handles the disturbance now causing rain in Tennessee. On the 1st map (for tomorrow), it is embedded in a southwesterly flow. However the 2nd map (for late tomorrow night) shows it turning more toward the course that would take it out to sea.
Heavy Rain in Virginia Today but Drying Advances Farther North
Heavy Rain in Virginia Today but Drying Advances Farther North
April 14, 2015; 9:54 AM
In the middle of Pennsylvania, rain ended before daybreak, but rolls of sullen clouds presided during the first hours of daylight. A robin takes in the scene.
Northeast: Warmer Today, Then Cooler
Northeast: Warmer Today, Then Cooler
April 13, 2015; 7:32 AM
... map shows this morning's surface pressure pattern, including a southerly flow of warm air in the East and a northwesterly flow of cooler air behind a cold front that is drawn in blue. Showers accompany and precede the cold front marking the boundary between the two air masses.
Northeast: Chilly Damp Weather to Leave by the Weekend
Northeast: Chilly Damp Weather to Leave by the Weekend
April 08, 2015; 7:56 AM
Rainfall between today and Friday night will be highly variable between the Midwest and East Coast. Parts of the Ohio Valley, where it has been wet recently, will get more heavy rain; places along the East Coast will generally get less. From New York City to D.C., this weekend may be the nicest so far this year!
Chilly, Damp Weather Spreads from New England to Mid-Atlantic
Chilly, Damp Weather Spreads from New England to Mid-Atlantic
April 07, 2015; 8:00 AM
This morning there was a sharp boundary separating chilly air to the north from warm air the the south. West of the Appalachians, the boundary will not move much today. East of the mountains, the boundary will keep moving south until it reaches southern Virginia or North Carolina tomorrow.
Milder Today, then Chilly Dampness Spreads Down the Coast
Milder Today, then Chilly Dampness Spreads Down the Coast
April 06, 2015; 7:37 AM
This visible satellite picture shows the setting as of 8:15 AM ET Monday. There are no major storms in the Northeast and there are some areas with sunshine. A chilly and wet period will follow from the Appalachians to the Atlantic.
Warmth to be Reversed in the Northeast Tomorrow
Warmth to be Reversed in the Northeast Tomorrow
April 03, 2015; 9:34 AM
This forecast map for April 8th suggests a cool and moist easterly flow could develop from Southern New England to Virginia next week. Once a regime like that is established, several days of dull, dreary, damp, dim and drab weather can follow.
Warmer Weather Coming to the Northeast Through Tomorrow
Warmer Weather Coming to the Northeast Through Tomorrow
April 02, 2015; 9:24 AM
On the atmospheric pressure map, we see a south to southwesterly flow from west of Chicago to east of New York City. It is bringing true springtime air into the Northeast. Farther west, there is a cold front. Ahead of the front, there are clusters and lines of showers and thunderstorms.

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