Friday, April 26, 2013

Weak disturbance passes through this morning, followed by large high pressure

Weak disturbance passes through this morning, followed by large high pressure, A trough of low pressure, in the upper levels of the atmosphere, will bring some clouds to the Capital Region early this morning. Rain and/or snow showers were being detected on weather radar over portions of the Mohawk Valley, and the Lake George region with the passage of this feature. Satellite pictures showed the southern edge of the cloud shield was beginning to erode though thanks to an advancing, large, high pressure from southern Ohio that was making a slow and steady move toward the Atlantic coast.

The large area of high pressure will begin to build into the Capital Region by this afternoon, causing any residual cloud cover to diminish. It appears as if this area of high pressure will advance to the Atlantic coast by Saturday, where it will remain through the early portions of the work week. Thus, the region looks to have several days of dry, and fair weather with moderating temperatures through most of the coming week.

...Below is the official forecast for the Capital Region and vicinity...

Today: Morning clouds, and perhaps a light sprinkle, giving way to mostly sunny conditions during the afternoon. High 60-65. Northwest winds 5-10 MPH.

Tonight: Mostly clear, calm, and chilly. Low 30-35.

Saturday: Mostly sunny. High in the upper 60’s. West winds 5-10 MPH.

Saturday Night: Mostly clear. Low near 40. Light and variable winds.

Sunday: Mostly sunny and mild. High in the lower 70’s. Southwest winds 5-10 MPH.

Monday: Partly sunny. High near 70 and low near 45.

Tuesday: Partly sunny. High near 70 and low near 45.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High near 70 and low near 45.

Thursday: Partly sunny. High near 70 and low near 45.

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