Weather Outlook – June 6, 2019

Northeast Regional Climate Center

After today, a long awaited dry period is in store through at least late Monday.   Temperatures across the region will be near or slightly above normal  for the entire week.  Highs will be in the mid 70s  to mid 80s and lows will be in the low to mid 50s.  The next storm system will affect the region on late Monday and Tuesday.  Tuesday looks like the wettest day of the week, with many places seeing 1-2 inches of rain.  Overnight temperatures Monday and Tuesday will be on the warm side (up 50- up 60) with cloudy overnight conditions.  With the sunny/warm conditions over the next 3-4 days, evapotranspiration should be very high since we are nearing the summer solstice.   Expect near 0.25 each day.  The 8-14 day forecast calls for yet another trough to establish over the Northeast.  This should yet again delay the start of summer with cool/wet conditions forecast over the state.

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