Archive for December 30, 2010

A WARM UP IS ON THE WAY WHICH WILL MELT A LOT OF THE SNOW… THE NEXT CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION WILL BE ON SUNDAY, AND IT WILL BE IN THE LIQUID FORM

First of all, if you haven’t already done so, please read my previous post on the incredible blizzard that hit the NYC area on Sunday. I was in Bayonne, NJ during the Christmas holiday. Some roads are still impassible up there which has caused huge problems for them. The good news is that warmer weather is on the way for them as well as our area which will help to melt a lot of the snow. High pressure will slowly move offshore. As it does, the clockwise flow around high pressures in the northern hemisphere will cause our winds to become south and southwest bringing in the warmer air. That will be a welcome relief considering how cold it has been of late. Folks traveling on New Year’s Eve shouldn’t have any weather related issues to contend with. However, travelers should be mindful when driving at night and in the morning of icy patches left over from Sunday’s snowfall. Eventually, a cold front will be approaching later in the weekend bringing a chance of showers. I’ll have an update on Friday.

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