August 23, 2010 by staff
Hurricane Danielle, The sun, dry weather we are enjoying this Monday morning gradually give way to increasing clouds and scattered showers today still low pressure drops into southern New York state, forecasters say.
With the darker, the time will come the shock cooler daytime highs since early June. (June 9 The high was 71 degrees.)
Forecasters out at Sterling say the high at BWI Marshall-Tuesday will be around 74 degrees – 10 degrees cooler than the long-term average for the date. overnight low near 66 degrees are a bit warmer than average, but cool enough to open the windows and quiet air conditioning.
As the low pressure system comes down to our south, we will meet in a Northeast Atlantic flow out, making today a cold, gray. The rain probably will not amount to much, but it feels damp.
The showers are expected to decline Wednesday as a weak cold front makes its way into the region. The high pressure builds in behind the front, we’ll be looking at clear skies and rising temperatures again in the mid-80s for the weekend. Next week is likely to start with a sunny climate, dry and temperatures close to seasonal norms, if the forecasters are correct.
This will also be a week to see what will likely become a hurricane later today Danielle. The fourth named storm season has been strengthened to tropical storm strength with sustained winds of 60 mph. Apparently not become a threat to the East Coast. It seems to be tracking too far north, with a turn toward the north and northeast by the weekend probably, long before he could approach the coast.
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