In today's video we look at why it is cool in the Northeast, then why a warming trend is likely for the first few days of June.
The upper air flow for the Northeast is northwesterly (from the northwest) as we close out the week, as shown the first map (left). The second map (right) shows the projected flow for Sunday night, and the northwesterly current has been replaced by flow from the southwest.
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An extensive lake-effect snow outbreak will occur with the coming cold.
Street flooding in some of the heavier rain
Such is the stuff that generates rumors, worries or snowstorm dreams that later turn out to be unfounded.
As we close out November and start December this week, the Northeast will have two rounds of rain and a warmup.