Friday weather patterns for the central Atlantic mean the Atlantic will be mostly dry in coming days. But some areas of the eastern coast of the U.S. are forecast to experience dry conditions for the rest of this week and possibly into the weekend. The last time the Atlantic received so much rain was in 2000.
The cold front that caused storms on Tuesday and Wednesday night has ended on Wednesday. This morning was mostly ice-free and no rain in the area. But on Thursday the cold front is likely to return and rain may begin to fall along with the storms from Thursday night, said Chris Arnold, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service’s East Coast office.
With this pattern in mind, some experts are anticipating a strong winter storm for portions of the central U.S. This is because there are a few places in central California where snow is on the way.
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“There’s been a lot of interest in coming in, just as there’s been interest in coming into and there’s been much discussion about bringing in more storm people, so it’s a good time to bring in storm storm people,” said Chris Arnold with the National Weather Service’s East Coast office.
There are already some signs that warmer weather in the Northeast might become a reality over the next several days. The city of Miami is expecting a significant amount of rain from Wednesday night to Thursday morning.
“The city of Miami should expect 2 to 2 1/2 inches of rain Wednesday to Thursday morning in its areas of high water, including all of Miami Beach,” said Jeff Davis, spokesperson for the city of Miami.
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This week’s forecast could also provide some comfort to a number of people who are in the process of deciding on their homes for the remainder of the winter.
There are also concerns this week about storm systems moving in from the Pacific Northwest and that the colder air could affect weather systems around the northeast as well.
This morning was mostly sunny with some very low pressure moving over land across the region.
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