Forecast update from Meteorologist Steve Caporizzo…
Home you all enjoyed the weather on this Flag day…it was a nice afternoon-after a very chilly start to the day…..even some scattered light front in the colder spots of the Adirondacks/S.Vermont and the northern Berkshires.
Latest Surface Map
Hard to believe…this dry pattern (too dry for many)….continues.
It was a chilly start to the day-but a beautiful afternoon.
HUGH Ridge of High Pressure from Quebec to the northern Great Lakes will slowly settle southward.
Over the next 2-3 days-warmer temperatures will make their way east from the Mid-West.
There is not much to see here…
Hugh Ridge covers most of the Mid West and N’east.
At the same time…unsettled weather is stuck/blocked to our south.
It looks like this pattern should persist into the weekend-with a BIG Warm up heading east ….Hot by Thursday/Friday.
The amazing Weather Pattern Continues…More dry weather (we need some rain)…and each day getting warmer-By the end of the week-it gets hot…the humidity will start picking up on Friday and Saturday. Have a Great Night-Steve Cap