High pressure remains centered just southwest of Pittsburgh, PA with a cold front evident from the northern Plain States into the northern Rockies. Over the next few days, high pressure is forecast to take up residence from off the New England Coast southwest to the Mid-Atlantic region.
Consequently, with the high drifting east, winds will eventually become west to southwest and import warmer air into Central New York. Helping to funnel the warmer air northeastward will the aforementioned cold front. By Thursday morning the front is forecast to be situated over the central Great Lakes and Mid-West regions.
By Friday or early this weekend this cold front is forecast to drop southeast into the Northeast. There is some debate as to when the cold front actually arrives and when any scattered showers or thunderstorms may occur. This means the forecast for the very end of the work week and the weekend may change a bit as we get closer. In the meantime, enjoy the great weather this week!