Wednesday, May 09, 2012

May 10th, 2012 Forecast

Another disturbance will track overhead this evening and tonight, bringing renewed shower chances to portions of the region as it tracks through.  That disturbance will gradually help kick the frontal boundary out to sea, allowing a nicer weather regime to take over for the remainder of the week and this weekend.

Tonight's showers could be accompanied by thunder, with the best chances for steadier shower activity occurring across New Jersey and Delaware.  Showers could taper off after midnight from southwest to northeast.  Lows by morning will range from the lower 50's northwest to the upper 50's along I-95 and southeast.

Sunshine will move back into the picture tomorrow as the front moves out of the region after a damp start.  There could be a lingering shower along the coast but odds favor drying through the morning, with a mix of sun and clouds for much of the day.   With a west and northwest breeze at 10 to 16 miles per hour, it will feel a bit cooler out there but with high temperatures near 70 in the city and in the lower 70's across Jersey and Delaware it won't be too bad of a day at all.  Temperatures might stay in the 60's northwest but these highs aren't too far from the norms for this time of the year.

Gradual warming takes hold for Friday through Sunday as highs inch towards the upper 70's by Sunday afternoon.