Saturday, October 27, 2018

Saturday so far, with the sharpening southward plunge of the jet stream

A few rainy morning scenes from Tompkins Square Park and Avenue A courtesy of Vinny & O...

As for this weather, we're having a nor'easter, per sources. As I understand it, and have noted before in similar situations, a sharpening southward plunge of the jet stream slid into the East as an area of low pressure strengthened near the East Coast.

This setup [motioning arms] is allowing rain to spread across the Northeast. Wet conditions will persist through today and into tonight. Cooler-than-average temperatures are also expected and it will feel chilly when combined with the wind. (Yes, I cut-n-paste that from The Weather Channel!)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Beautiful. I love autumn. My favorite season in NY.