Saturday, July 27, 2013

Sunday's Weather Forecast

          Sunday will generally feature a few scattered thunderstorms across the area with the best chance for storms in places like Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York. The region with the lowest probability of experiencing thunderstorms is in Northern New England and Northern New York. After that, the temperatures will likely be on the cooler side with middle to upper 70's expected as highs anywhere from Columbus through State College, PA, and over to Albany, New York.

          Generally this area with 70's as forecast highs are away from the coast excluding Down-east Maine. Now cities like Boston, New York, and Philly will see around the 80 degree mark when it gets to the warmest time frame of the day. Have a great day and stay tuned to Northeast Weather action for the latest weather updates, forecasts, and outlooks. Here are the two maps, the top one is the weather forecast and the bottom one is the temperatures forecast, stay safe and have a great rest of your day!

10 Day Precipitation Outlook

          I give you the summary on the two most accurate models, the GFS and EURO. See if your plans will be put on hold across the northeast, mid Atlantic, and Ohio Valley.

10 Day Temperatures Outlook

          I take a look at the upcoming temperatures he in the northeast, mid Atlantic, and Ohio Valley. The GFS and EURO models are used to determine the forecast. But do they exactly spit out the same forecast, find out!

Today's Weather Forecast

          It has been a few days since a post not related with Tropical Storm Dorian has been made. But now we are to the weekend with Dorian most likely loosing strength, we can now able to focus on the regional weather once again. So lets start out with the temperatures on this Saturday July 27th, 2013. Overall lower 80's for highs can be expected anywhere from the coastal and southern areas of the region, but also including cities like Rochester and Syracuse, in Western New York. After that, middle through upper 70's should be anticipated throughout the inland and mountains locations across the northeast corridor. Here are the forecast high temperatures for your day.

          Now lets jump right into the precipitation side of the story. The area is looking mainly dry especially in New England, with some isolated thunderstorm anywhere from New York, into New Jersey, over to Pennsylvania, and to the Ohio area. You should not cancel your plans if you are in, or traveling into those states but just keep an eye on the radar in the afternoon hours. Thanks for reading and have a great start to your weekend. Don't forget to stay tuned to Northeast Weather Action for the latest weather updates, forecasts, and outlooks! Here are the weather conditions for today, stay safe and have a great rest of you day everyone!

Friday, July 26, 2013

Tropical Storm Dorian - Update #5

I give you a detailed description on TS Dorian and display several models and projected on Dorian. You can't miss it!

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Tropical Storm Dorian - Update #4

I give you an update on Tropical Storm Dorian and the latest projections a models.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

A Cooler 5 Days Ahead! What Will Your Daytime Highs Be? Find Out!

          So far this summer we have had heat wave after heat wave and some people may not even heard of a cool down in the past month. But after a warm beginning and middle to July, some much needed relief is on the way. a trough diving south from Canada almost like what you would see in winter will first impact the Northern Plains and Great Lakes region, and into the Northeast. Overall widespread 70's and low 80's will be the common highs jut about everywhere in the region with even some upper 60's in Northern New England.

          The overnight lows will likely fall into the upper 50's and lower 60's region-wide. But after the next 5 days, it's looking like temperatures will rebound into the upper 70's to upper 80's in the area with even a possible warm up in the long range forecast. Here is a map displaying the daytime highs over the next 5 days and don't forget, we are only about 33% through summer! Thanks for reading and stay right here for the latest updates on not only the temperatures but Tropical Storm Dorian, which will be the main focus over the next week or so! Stay safe and have a great rest of you day!

Tropical Storm Dorian - Latest Projected Track and Strength

Tropical Update - July 24, 2013

Northeast Weather Action's Latest Forecast Track and Strength

Northeast Weather Action's Latest Detailed Forecast

           Tropical Storm Dorian is located at 14.3N and 29.9W, and currently moving west-northwestward at around 21 miles an hour. This low pressure system has a tight circulation but is moving into a region with dry air and cooler water temperatures in the upper 70's. However the storm will enter warmer water temperatures by late Thursday. Upper level winds are favorable for intensification in the region but by Tomorrow the upper level winds as well as the ocean temperatures will become less conducive an strengthening.    

 The track of Tropical Storm Dorian is westward and possibly WNW moving towards the Dominican Republic in the next few days. At this time this storm has a medium threat of landfall and if did, would likely anywhere from the Northern Florida Coast to around Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. The current projection is this storm wlll be off the North Carolina by mid - late next week. Stay tuned to Northeast Weather Action for the latest weather forecasts and updates. You can find everything you need by click on the Tropical Update tab!

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Tropical Update - July 23, 2013

          A surface low pressure system several hundred miles off of the Western Coast of Africa, moving west at about 10 miles an hour. This low pressure system has a circular motion and will likely form into Tropical Storm Dorian. Even a slight increase of thunderstorm activity will likely prompt a tropical depression or storm to be created. in the next 1 to 2 days, the formation of either a tropical depression or a tropical storm has a 60 percent according to the latest update by the National Hurricane Center.

          Upper level winds are favorable for development in the region but by Thursday the upper level winds as well as the ocean temperatures will become less conducive. The track of this low pressure system is westward and possibly WNW moving towards the Dominican Republic in the next few days. Here is the latest models spaghetti for Invest 98L with Northeast Weather Action's projected track. Thanks for reading and stay tuned to Northeast Weather Action for the latest weather forecasts and updates.

Monday, July 22, 2013

10 Day Weather Outlooks (Temperatures and Precipitation)

          Over the next 10 days of weather, the northeast will likely be split from state to state. In New England, above average precipitation, being rain will make for a wet time. Now you may ask, in just what way will you or they see the rainfall? Mostly scattered thunderstorms with possibly some rain bands embedded in the area. Some flash flooding could occur in areas that receive storm and storm, or what is called training. This meaning storms train over the same area for an extended period of time.

          But besides the New England region, the rest of the northeast corridor will see average rainfall. Once again the majority of rain will be from scattered thunderstorms. Continuing on with the rainfall forecast, about 1 - 2 inch of rain will fall in the next 10 days, obviously depending on if you are to catch a heavy thunderstorm. The summary is, precipitation will be around average except for New England and this summer will not continue to be as wet as it once was.

          Now lets look at the temperatures side of things. Overall the everywhere in the northeast excluding Maine will have slightly below normal temperatures. This meaning nothing to the extent of cold but just a little cooler than where it should be this time of year. Next, cities including Buffalo, Erie, and Cleveland will see plainly below normal temperatures, which is just a little more cool the just slightly below average.  As far as the numbers, if you are in the slightly below average range, that means in the next 10 days you will be anywhere from 1 to 2 degrees below normal.

          Next if you are in the below average area, your temperatures will likely range from 2 - 4 degrees below where they should be. So to summarize the temperatures the majority of the northeast, meaning everywhere but Maine will be cooler than normal. Thanks for reading our 10 day weather outlooks and if you would like to see the full 10 Day US Outlook Maps, they are provided below. Stay tuned to Northeast Weather Action for the latest forecasts, updates, and everything related to northeast weather action, have a great and safe day!

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