We have all heard the old line of “yes but it is a dry heat” and this will be the case today and Sunday. There is a reinforcement of dry air coming for tonight and Sunday to boost the dry air that is around today. Other than a few passing clouds we think skies should be partly to mostly sunny both today and Sunday. Temperatures will be up close to 90 today in many locations but the reasonable humidity makes it easier to take. More of the same is likely for Sunday.
Monday it turns a little more humid with temperatuers reaching into the lower 90s in some places. Monday we may see a chance for a scattered shower or thunderstorm. Tuesday brings a cold front through that will start a cool down for the second part of next week. There is some uncertainty beyond Tuesday as to whether that front stalls out to our south and causes issues with clouds and showers beyond Wednesday but we will address that issue later today.
Shore conditions look very good for the most part but there are issue regarding rip currents and advisories for the Long Island South shore so if you are beach bound check the marine forecast before heading to the shore. The Jersey shore on the other hand looks good.