Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo, Matt Mackie, and Tim Drawbridge
High pressure, as we know, moved off-shore today…. we now focus on the approaching cold front and a developing wave of low pressure riding up along the boundary later Friday – Friday night….
Showers arrive around / just before Midnight…. this will evolve into a steadier rain – could be heavy at times in places – mid-day during the afternoon…. and, as the rain starts to wind down around / after Midnight Friday…. some of you around 2,000 to 3,000 feet could see some wet snowflakes as the precip winds down….
With the approaching boundary draped across the region Friday…. and, the showers / rain…. we’ll be about 20 degrees colder than what we experienced earlier today / Thursday….
High pressure builds in for a pleasant, mid-October Fall day on Saturday….
Here’s your Forecast for Tonight and Tomorrow / Friday….
After the wet weather on Friday…. a pretty nice weekend…. leaning somewhat unsettled for the first half of next week….