Thursday Still Looking Windy/Stormy

Jonathan Carr
By March 29, 2022 15:39

Thursday Still Looking Windy/Stormy

Discussion: No real changes to what is expected Thursday…a windy day and stormy night.

The last of this unnecessary cold air mass will clear out on Wednesday. Just need to hang in there one more cold night. By Wednesday afternoon it should feel much better with the advancing warm front from the SW.

Thursday looks like the warmest day of the remaining week with direct warm sector influence. One of those days where temps could really soar into/through the 70s. Daytime hours look mixed with sun and clouds but S/SW winds should rip pretty good with the windiest locations likely occurring closer to the coast.

Thursday night looks the most unsettled as a cold front approaches from the W. There should be rain and thunderstorms along/ahead of this front but they still appear modeled with a scattered nature, not a linear (everyone gets a storm) nature. There will be a low center following the front through which could enhance lifting aloft. That could mean rain and storm enhancement and I am still watching this closely.

Friday/Friday night looks breezy and colder in the immediate wake of the cold front but not as cold as this week’s Monday-Tuesday. Saturday and Sunday then looks slightly warmer than Friday…highs ranging mid-50s to lower-60s N to S but lows still down into 30s. Thanks to colder airmass aloft!

April still looks cold for the first third of it. Lots of stubborn trough swinging in the NE US. But eventually we’ll emerge into a sustainable warmer pattern (as we typically do in April). But a cold start to spring for sure.

In English: The BS cold ends tomorrow. Wednesday and Thursday then much milder until rain/wind/storms Thursday night. Thunderstorms could be severe and rainfall could be heavy but I think S/SW winds will have the headline for Thursday. Friday a bit cold again then a milder Saturday and Sunday with dry conditions. That’s how it looks for now. Have a great rest of your Tuesday and please be safe! JC

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Jonathan Carr
By March 29, 2022 15:39