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More Summerlike Conditions Will Begin to Build in the Northeast in the Coming Days

2 weeks ago
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Showers Could Linger Into Monday for Some Portions of the Northeast

Sunday saw a few disturbances push through the region, adding to the showers and thunderstorm activity. While the rain will begin to decrease on Monday, the scattered showers could still be an issue in some spots. For instance, after picking up about a quarter of an inch of rain on Sunday, Buffalo may still be dealing with lingering moisture early Monday.

The mercury will also start to increase early week along the coastal regions of the Northeast, rising up to near historical average levels after a relatively chilly weekend. Temperatures will remain about 5 to 10 degrees below the norm moving inland. This will translate to highs that top out in the 60s over the mountainous terrain and readings hovering in the mid 70s to low 80s for areas near the coast.

A disturbance moving in from the nation's mid-section on Tuesday will determine when the dry weather will return to the Northeast for an extended period of time. If the system moves to the south and shifts to the east quickly, it will bring more clouds and rain to a large portion of the eastern U.S. However, if this disturbance takes its time shifting to the east, this part of the country will enjoy a streak of dry days and warmer temperatures.

The current forecast models are indicating that the bulk of the region will see dry conditions on Tuesday and Wednesday with another shot of moisture coming later in the week. Stay tuned as forecasters learn more about the expected behavior of this incoming weather maker.



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