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Heat Advisory remains in effect; more heat and humidity today | weather | Instant News


Springfield, mA (WGGB/WSHM) — the heat and humidity will continue today with another Scorcher expected! This is the warmest morning of the summer so far with temperatures ranging from 70-ies, and we will be back in the ‘ 90s times in the day with heat indices between 97-103 degrees.

Warm Tips remain in effect for the Central and Eastern parts of Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin County until 8 PM. In addition to the Air Quality to unhealthy levels of ground-level ozone remain in force for all in the County of Hampden and Central and East Hampshire County until 11 PM tonight.

We may see a few showers this morning, then a weak front will bring in this day an isolated shower or thunderstorm, but most will stay dry during the day. Best chance to see the storm will be Springfield and points East as the front will be a bit more active in Eastern Massachusetts that day.

The front will bring a little relief tomorrow. It will be a little less humid, but still warm tomorrow with highs in the upper 80’s to nearly 90. There is a chance for showers and thunderstorms Wednesday and Thursday with highs in the mid to upper 80’s. Drier air should move in the end of the week to go to next weekend.

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4WARN Forecast: Freezing starts until the weekend | Weather | Instant News


Freeze warnings apply to most of Central Tennessee and Southern Kentucky until 9:00 A.M.

Starting this morning in a cold tone. Temperatures will be in the 30s for most of all midstate, even some 20s are possible. We will see a little warm up as the day goes on. Lots of sun but the highest will only reach the 50s and above 60s. Once again, overnight lows will drop to 30s. A Frost Advisory is valid until Sunday morning.

Sunday afternoon / Mother’s Day will turn lighter, with a height of around 70. There is still much sun to be expected.

After uneven weather in the middle east of Tennessee early Monday, next week must be partially cloudy and dry. Some rain will probably occur in the middle of the week. The temperature will rise gradually, eventually reaching the mid-80s to highs on Thursday and Friday.

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Scattering snowfall and record-breaking low temperatures | Instant News


As much as we dislike, we sometimes feel winter in May, and today will be one of those days. Although we can start the day with partial sunlight, scattered snow will adorn the scenery this afternoon. Interestingly, today’s snowfall record is a trail, set in 1947, so that every piece we get officially at Metro Airport, even busy, will tie our daily snowfall record! This will be another windy day, with strong northern winds at 10 to 20 mph, and altitude struggling only to reach its lowest point until mid-40 (5 to 7 degrees Celsius).

Lakeshore Flood Advisory remains valid until 4:00 Saturday for our Lake Huron coastline area.

Today’s sunrise is at 6:19 a.m., and today’s sunset is at 8:41 p.m.

The snowfall gradually diminished until Friday night, with the sky partly cloudy after that. Temperature has fallen to record-breaking levels, coming out of the mid to upper 20s (-3 to -2 degrees Celsius). Detroit’s official low record on Saturday morning is 28 degrees (-2 degrees Celsius), set in 1983. The north winds become west at 8 to 13 mph.

Prolonged sub-freezing temperatures have prompted the National Weather Service to issue Freeze Alerts Friday night to all except Sanilac District until 9:00 Saturday night. Gentle vegetation will be killed tonight, unless covered or taken to a house or garage.

Saturday itself begins with sunlight, but clouds grow during the day and at least part of the afternoon will be cloudy before the sky is clear before nightfall. Highs near 50 degrees (10 degrees Celsius), and it will be a windy day.

Clouds rise Saturday night, with lows in the mid-30s (1 to 2 degrees Celsius).

As for Mother’s Day, computer models come to a somewhat better deal in scenarios where bathing will develop (sorry, ma’am). Height must rise slightly higher … to the mid 50s (13 degrees Celsius).

It may rain Sunday night, with low in the mid to 30s (3 degrees Celsius).

Every first shower Monday morning will end, with the sky becoming partly cloudy in the afternoon. Highs in the low 50s (11 degrees Celsius).

Partly sunny on Tuesday, with highs in the mid-50s (8 degrees Celsius).

Most sunny starts on Wednesday, before the clouds rise late in the afternoon. The highest rebounded to a low level of the 60s (16 degrees Celsius).

Rain is possible on Thursday, with the highest in the mid 60’s (18 degrees Celsius).

Bathing and thunderstorms may occur on Friday, with altitudes approaching 70 degrees (21 degrees Celsius).

Computer models disagree about next weekend, but it seems we are mostly sunny Saturday, and (hopefully) partly cloudy on Sunday. The second highest day is above 60s (20 degrees Celsius).

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UPDATE: A freeze warning was issued for Cayuga, a neighboring country Local News | Instant News








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The National Weather Service on Monday afternoon has increased freeze watches covering most of the region to freeze warnings, reflecting a higher level of certainty that freezing temperatures will affect vegetation overnight.

The freeze warning takes place from 1 to 10 Tuesday.

Light weather, like spring at the end of last week, has moved out and freezing temperatures are on their way back.

The National Weather Service has issued frozen watches for upstate New York, including all of the Cayuga Territory.

The watch goes into effect Monday night and lasts until mid-Tuesday morning. Temperatures are estimated to drop to 28 degrees in some areas.

Watches include the following countries bordering Cayuga: Seneca, Onondaga, Wayne and Oswego.

“Freezing and freezing conditions can kill plants and other sensitive vegetation,” the National Weather Service said. “Take steps now to protect soft plants from cold air. Vegetation that is sensitive to cold can be closed or brought in if possible to protect from cold and freezing.”

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