Hurricane Matthew no longer a threat for the NE.
The erratic and often unpredictable tracks of tropical systems holds true once again. Today’s 6Z and 12Z Tropical and US GFS models (to name a few) depict a dramatically different course from yesterday’s runs taking Matthew away from our area and into the FL/GA coast, then back out to sea only to meander around and loop back towards Florida early next week. Significant damage and flooding will occur in those areas as Matthew comes in.
Other than a few showers and perhaps a period of rain associated with an approaching cold front on Saturday into Saturday evening, we’ll have a mostly sunny, breezy and cool Sunday as high pressure begins to build in from the Northwest.