A Hot Humid Tuesday Rest of the Week Very Warm to Hot Low Thunderstorm Risk

A Hot Humid Tuesday Rest of the Week Very Warm to Hot Low Thunderstorm Risk

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A Hot Humid Tuesday Rest of the Week Very Warm to Hot Low Thunderstorm Risk

The satellite picture is clear this morning over our area and it is also finally clear of Henri. The remnant low is still displaying the classic satellite swirl over Cape Cod as it heads out to the east. The final rainfall tally was 6 to 9 inches in many areas from Northeast Pennsylvania east to Western Long Island and north to the lower Hudson Valley.

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Often behind these sorts of systems we see some drying and some stabilization of the atmosphere. It is as if the atmosphere as basically run out of water and energy for awhile to create rain so it leaves us in sunshine today. It will be hot and humid with highs reaching the upper 80s and lower 90s in many locations.

Hot and humid weather continue Wednesday and Thursday with sunshine and just a small chance for an isolated pop up thunderstorm. Highs will be in the low to mid 90s in many places with 80s to near 90 nearer to the coast. High pressure to the south is bringing up some late August heat and humidity.

Friday brings a back door cold front southward from New England and Upstate NY  Friday will be the last day of this streak of 90 degree highs as it turns a little cooler over the weekend.  There is the chance for scattered inland thunderstorms Friday through Sunday but they will be widely scattered. We don’t have any organized strong cold fronts or tropical systems in the offing so that should be keep things dry for most of you for the next 6 days.

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