An upper level jet streak is located over the  east coast with the left entrance region located over Long Island and the right entrance region located over Florida.  We should expect to see subsistence with relatively few clouds, if any at all.  A weak shortwave trough located over the Appalachians will move over Long Island by Friday evening.  A westerly to northwesterly wind will continue to advect some cold air to our region, only a couple of degrees with.  According to the SPC Mesoanalysis, there is strong 850mb and 700mb cold air advection over our region, limiting any precipitation or clouds from forming.  Cold weekend ahead due to the persistent northwesterly funneling of cold air toward Long Island.

Friday

Mostly sunny, cold with highs in the upper 30s. Temperatures feel like the 20s with breezy conditions.

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Friday Night

Cold with lows in the mid-20s. Winds diminishing to around 10 mph.

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Saturday

Mostly cloudy with a chance of flurries in the afternoon.

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Saturday Night

Cold with temperatures feeling like the low 20s factoring in wind chill.  Mostly clear.

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Sunday

A weak shortwave upper level trough could bring some flurries and snow showers to our area.  No significant snow accumulation is expected.

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