Brutal Heat Humidity Sunday

Brutal Heat Humidity Sunday

Brutal Heat Humidity Sunday

Highs 95-100 Heat Indices 105-110

Seeing some heat indices on Saturday hit above 110 was jaw dropping. The humidity levels were so high. It was as if the Northeast and Middle Atlantic States are now the new Gulf Coast. It reminded me of a hot day in mid summer in New Orleans when I lived there many years ago. Unofficially there was a report of a heat index hitting 113 over parts of Long Island. Sunday will be no different with highs climbing to between 95-100 and the dew points again in the middle 70s through most of the day.

Brutal Heat Humidity Sunday Forecast Highs

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Brutal Heat Humidity Sunday Evening Dew Points

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Now we do have a weather front that is forecast to move through Sunday night and there could be some thunderstorms developing ahead of it. The Storm Prediction Center of the National Weather Service is indicating a marginal risk of severe weather for Sunday in their preliminary forecast.

Brutal Heat Humidity Sunday Severe Weather Threat

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Below is the current satellite loop and you can see the front lining up to the west. Now models have been awful with regards to the development of thunderstorms both in terms of extent and strength. Suffice to say that given temperatures in the upper 90s and dew points in the 70s, you have a ripe atmosphere for some severe thunderstorms to develop. Again I would expect some areas to see them and some areas won’t

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Monday & Tuesday Outlook

We should see some slight improvement as the extreme heat will be reduced. We should still see highs reaching the lower 90s in most places Monday afternoon. Humidity levels should be lower. Tuesday we could see the return of higher humidity and the chance for late afternoon thunderstorms. The warm tropical air won’t be that far away and another warm front will be setting up to our north. We could see the chance for showers and thunderstorms continue Tuesday night and Wednesday with very warm humid conditions.

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