Friday, June 10, 2016

Friday Morning Weekend Weather Note: All Clear

Good morning. Signs of unsettled weather that we saw earlier in the week for this weekend have diminished. We have a beautiful weekend on tap area wide with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the low to mid 80s...

There is the chance of some storms on Saturday afternoon associated with an approaching fronal system, but nothing that should ruin any the day...

This is associated with a warm front that moves into the area associated with an approaching upper level trough. This shortwave trough dives into New England on Sunday as seen below..

At this time I do not think this comes far enough south to effect Sundays weather. The only thing we should notice is some wind as the strong winds aloft associated with this trough can work their way down to the surface at times. 

We are now seeing a theme develop to early summer which is cooler than normal conditions associated with these frequent troughs that keep swinging through. That will be the theme for the first part of next week with temperatures being kept in the low 80s. You can see below the high pressure in the northern latitudes that usually causes this wavy pattern we are seeing...

Even in the summer if you get high pressure near Greenland it causes the jet stream to buckle which allows cooler and unsettled air to effect the area. Will this continue month long? I will be taking a closer look at this next week.

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