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Warm Dry Father’s Day
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Beautiful Thursday Friday Severe Weather Risk Saturday Warm Dry Father’s Day
Our beautiful late spring weather continues today. The satellite picture this morning shows clear skies from Maine to Georgia. Dry air continues to cover much of the Eastern US. Dew points remain ridiculously low in the upper 30s and lower 40s. The bottom line is enjoy the gorgeous weather. Lots of sunshine will take highs this afternoon in the mid to upper 70s. Radars are nice and quiet and will remain so into Saturday.
Clear skies are forecast tonight with most lows in the mid 50s to lower 60s but some cold spots inland and away from warmer urban centers could be down in the upper 40s. Friday will be another winner with sunshine. High pressure will be right along the coast. Highs will start reaching into the lower 80s in many places.
Saturday brings an end to the low humidity as humidity levels rise and dew points head for the mid and upper 60s. We have an approaching cold front. Sunshine ahead of it and a mostly west wind will temperatures well up into the 80s to near 90 degrees. Late in the day there is the risk for thunderstorms and the Storm Prediction Center has painted a mostly east west zone of severe weather risk that includes the entire forecast area.
Behind the front we will be left with very warm conditions but humidity levels will come down a bit. Father’s Day we see no issues. Sunshine will take temperatures to the mid to upper 80s. It might be a little cooler along the coast with local sea breezes. It will be a very good day for the beach or pool or whatever floats dad’s boat!
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