09/05 Ryan’s “Wet & Rainy Labor Day” Forecast

It may have been a wet & rainy Labor Day, but drier conditions are coming. We’re seeing high pressure filtering in from the NE which will eventually center around the twin states area by Wednesday afternoon. Essentially, we’ll see one more day with a low chance of afternoon showers before dry and sunny conditions prevail through the rest of the week.

We’re still tracking a tropical wave which has been slowly moving Westward through the weekend and is just now entering the Easter Caribbean. This system only has a 20% of tropical formation within the next 5 days so not much is expected out of it, but we’ll continue to monitor its location, strength, and path. Hermine is still in the NE, heading back towards the West and threatening another landfall as a strong “post-tropical” low, but it looks as if it will head back out into the Northern Atlantic by late Thursday. Expect tropical storm conditions from New Jersey to Connecticut for the next two days though.

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