- Big high pressure to start week, but on shore flow will limit amount of sunshine.
- Low clouds and drizzle/light rain could plague us for late Mon-Tue
- Wed storm develops to our west yet again. Flooding becoming an issue in Midwest. Warm air will try to come north for a day, before more cool air crashes in again. A pretty good set up for storms may be in the cards late in the day.
- Thu-Sun cooler, sunshine to start, but becoming wet and unsettled, during the weekend, esp. Sun.
- Mon – Tue … cool with E-NE breeze, as temps struggle to reach the low 50s.
- Wed … a lot like this past Friday: warmer, more humid, but clouds should limit sunshine so temps only near 70, but near 80 in Pittsburgh.
- Thu-Fri … refreshing air, breezy with sunshine. Cooler, but pleasant. Temps in the 50s Thu and near 65 Fri.
- Sat-Sun … Clouds increasing Sat. Sunday could be damp and chilly. Temperatures into the 60s both days, possible 70s Sun if warm & sunshine comes far enough north.
- Week two through May 4 will likely feature more cool conditions. Temps should start chilly with possible frost/freeze Tue morning, with no long lasting warmth apparent at this time.
- Mon – Tue … Mon likely becoming damp with some drizzle/light rain into Tue; the heaviest and steadiest will be along the east coast into coastal New England.
- Wed ought to be dry to start, although clouds may hang tough. Some strong to severe storms are possible. The set up may be similar to what we had this past Friday.
- Thu-Sat … mainly dry and pleasant.
- Sun … showers/thunderstorms in the afternoon. Again some could be strong.
- Week two through May 4 will feature a general trough in the East and ridge in the West. Warm air staying to our west, and us cool conditions, with limited chances of rain as for most of the week as temps moderate.