Evening Weather 2/24: Rain

Evening Weather 2/24: Rain

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EARLIER WE HAD RAIN AND NOW WE HAVE WIND, AS WELL. LONNIE QUINN IS WORKING OVERTIME IN THE WEATHER OFFICE TONIGHT. WIND AND HEAVIER RAIN TONIGHT. SO LOOK, IT’S NOT A NICE COMBINATION FOR WHAT WE EXPERIENCE OVERNIGHT. THE PICTURE RIGHT NOW, YOU CAN TAKE A LOOK, THE SHINE OUT THERE ON OUR STREETS. WE HAVE RAIN IN NEW YORK CITY. SOME FOG, AS WELL. CERTAINLY CLOUD COVER THROUGHOUT. 55 DEGREES. IT’S 55 DEGREES. IT’S 5:47 IN THE EVENING. AND 55 DEGREES IS THE WARMEST READING WE HAVE HAD ALL DAY WELL ABOVE THE AVERAGE OF 44. FIRST HIT IT AT 4:00 AND HOLDING STEADY THERE. TEMPERATURES WILL NOT BE COLD TONIGHT. IT GOING TO BE MILD THROUGHOUT. FROM 3:00 TO 4:00 WE WENT FROM 45 TO 55 DEGREES LIKE THIS. THAT’S AING ABOUT PART OF BRINGING INSTABILITY TO THE — THAT’S A BIG PART OF BRINGING INSTABILITY TO THE ATMOSPHERE. THE AMOUNT OF RAIN IN THE AREA THUS FAR A QUARTER INCH IN MONTAUK TO AN INCH IN BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT. WE’LL ADD TO THAT BIGGER NUMBERS. SOME PEOPLE COULD SEE AN INCH ON TOP OF WHAT YOU’VE ALREADY GOTTEN. THE RAIN WE’RE CURRENTLY HAVING IS LIGHT. YOU WILL LITTLE SPECKS OF YELLOW SO THEY ARE SPOTTY WITH SOME MODERATELY STRONG DOWNPOURS BUT LOOK AT THIS LINEBACK HERE. LET’S TIME THIS OUT. THIS IS MOVING IN THE DIRECTION OF NEW YORK CITY AND OUR ENTIRE AREA. WHEN I TIME THAT OUT, IT PUTS IT INTO NEW YORK. OKAY? AROUND 8:03. HERE’S THE DEAL. I THINK THIS IS A GENERALIZATION. THERE’S GOING TO BE SOME LEAD ACTIVITY AHEAD OF THAT EARLIER AND REMEMBER THIS COULD PICK UP A LITTLE SPEED OR SLOW DOWN. GOOD GENERAL IDEA OF WHAT’S GOING TO HAPPEN. YOU START GETTING THAT FIRST ROUND OF HEAVIER RAIN THAT WILL MAKE ITS WAY IN AND BEHIND IT WE HAVE THIS SECONDARY LINE AND NOW THE SECONDARY LINE IS STRONGER THAN THE LEADING LINE OF ACTIVITY AND IT’S BECAUSE OF THESE TWO IN CONJUNCTION. WE HAVE TORNADO WATCHES AROUND WARNINGS ALL THROUGHOUT THE MID-ATLANTIC EVEN IN OUR AREA. IT’S NOT IN OUR DIRECT VIEWING AREA BUT JUST OUTSIDE OF IT. MERCER COUNTY AND TRENTON NEW JERSEY, YOU HAVE 24 MILES FROM STATEN ISLAND AND YOU HAVE A TORNADO WATCH RIGHT NOW THIS. COULD VERY WELL MOVE NORTH AND ENCOMPASS MORE OF OUR VIEWING AREA. WE ARE CALLING FOR INCREASING WINDS. 40, 50 TO 60-MILE-PER-HOUR GUSTS. THERE’S MIDNIGHT OR SO ON THURSDAY. YOU GET INTO THURSDAY AFTERNOON WINDS STILL WITH US BUT NOT NEARLY AS STRONG AS OVERNIGHT. THE WAY I SEE IT OUT THERE FOR YOUR DAY TOMORROW, HIGH TEMPERATURE 54 DEGREES. IT’S BLUSTERY. BUT IT’S MILD OUT THERE. AND A SPOT SHOWER CHANCE AS YOU GET INTO YOUR AFTERNOON TOMORROW. INTO THE LIKE YOU HAVE BEEN HAVING TODAY. 39 DEGREES ON FRIDAY BUT IT’S COLD OUT THERE ESPECIALLY TO START OFF THE MORNING. PLENTY OF YOU WILL BE SUBFREEZING AND THEN FOR THE WEEKEND 40 ON SATURDAY BUT 50 ON SUNDAY. SUNDAY LOOKS TO BE THE BETTER

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