There is a Low Pressure System that will continue to move NE and up the Atlantic Coastline. This Nor-easter will bring even more rough weather and some snowfall to the already battered coastline of NE U.S. In the wake of this system, expect a ridge of high pressure to build in, providing clearing skies and cooler temperatures. Elsewhere there is a broad high pressure ridge that is extended over the much of the Nation, to include Louisiana.
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This ridge of high pressure will remain extended over our area for the next couple of days. Therefore our weather pattern will remain under the influence of this feature. So, a chilly start, sunny skies and a northerly breeze will be the theme for the next couple of days.
For the rest of the day
Expect to see sunny skies, coupled with seasonably pleasant conditions and a moderate wind out of the North. Temperatures will top out in the upper 60's and lower 70's. Overnight, we will see temperatures drop well into the upper 30's and through the 40's again with a light and variable wind and clear skies.
For the rest of the 7day planner
The cold front will move out of our area, overnight. Through the later part of the week, we will see sunny skies and rain chances off the board. Temperatures will drop into the lower 40's for a couple of nights but will remain in a comfortable range. This time, 7days out, will be our next chance for rain.
TODAY...Sunny skies and breezy, with seasonable conditions. Highs 69-75. Calm, becoming N wind 10-22mph.
NIGHT...Clear sky and chilly temperatures, again. Lows 36-43. NE wind 2-6 mph.
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