Over an inch of rain fell yesterday through this morning, bringing the monthly rainfall total back to almost normal.
This morning's overcast skies are very deceptive.
After an extended period of cold weather this month, the last week of March will be decidedly more spring-like, as temperatures return to normal and we get more than a few rainy days.
The city is about to be stuck between two weather systems for the next several days and that will lead to cool, cloudy skies and a good deal of rain from tonight through Saturday.
A new high pressure system arrives late tomorrow night, promising clear skies and warmer weather for the weekend.
Rain, forever.
The new year is a week old and we have yet to see any precipitation, but that is going to change this weekend.
For the past several hours Central Park has been reporting "unknown precip" falling from the sky.
A blah forecast for a blah day.
A second disturbance, this one headed our way via Pennsylvania, might produce another round of weak showers this evening.
Behind the storm we can expect a breezy day tomorrow, but the sun should come out and the temperature will warm into the upper 50s to near 60 degrees.
The forecast models have a classic storm setting up with an upper level shortwave scooting across the southeastern states then up the East Coast.
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