Unlike many articles about summer weather here in the northeast, we are going to talk about some cold nights ahead for the region, even though it's still summer! Lets start with tonight and tomorrow night, even though it won't be that cold either night.. What we should expect is widespread 50's and lower 60's. Areas in the north, continuing into the mountains should dip down into the upper 40's and lower 50's tonight. Next, for cities like Worcester, MA, down to Scranton, PA, to Harrisburg, PA, and to Hagerstown, MD, temperatures should lower into the middle to upper 50's tonight. Lastly, locations like the Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, and D.C. areas, temperatures will be in the lower 60's.
Now keep in mind that last paragraph was focusing on only tonight's and tomorrow nights temperatures, not Thursday or Friday night. Lets move over to Thursday Night's expected lows. This will be the coldest night of them all, and the temperature range will be very large. In cities such as Burlington, VT, down to Syracuse, NY, and over to Bradford, PA temperatures should be very cold, reaching the upper 30's and lower 40's in most spots. That will be the coldest region, now for the second coldest area. In cities like once again Worcester, MA, Scranton, PA, Harrisburg, PA, and Hagerstown, MD, temperatures should fall to the low to middle 40's. But for locations by the coast meaning Boston, New York, and Baltimore, temperatures will only get down to the low to mid 50's. Here is the GFS showing the expected low temperatures Thursday Night.
The summary for temperatures Friday Night is slightly warmer than Thursday Night, but still colder than tonight and tomorrow night. So what you were supposed to get out of this is fall is on the way and of course, your forecast. Thanks for reading and have a great and safe rest of your day!