Sunshine Lower Humidity Thursday Friday Warmer Humid Weekend
Sunshine Lower Humidity Thursday Friday
Warmer Humid Weekend
Another day of sunshine gets underway with low humidity. There will be some clouds in the mix today. We can see some on the satellite loop with a weak upper air disturbance moving through. Other than that there are no serious weather issues as we move ahead into Friday. Temperatures today will reach into the 80s though it will be cooler along the shore. Skies will clear tonight with most lows in the upper 50s to mid 60s. Then we will do it all over again Friday with sunshine and highs in the low to mid 80s.
Over the weekend with high pressure offshore and to the northeast the rise in temperatures and humidity begins though we are not heading to anything extreme. Saturday and Sunday will feature a mix of sun and clouds. There will be enough moisture around and a disturbance moving through Saturday night and again Sunday night to allow for the possibility of a thunderstorm but as usual with these things some of you will some one and some of you won’t. Plan on most of the day being rain free either way. Temperatures will climb to the mid to upper 80s both days.
MONDAY FORECAST HIGH TEMPERATURES
Monday of next week could turn out to be be the on hot day in the stretch with highs reaching into the 90s with sunshine. Tuesday sees the next cold front approaching and with that the chance for showers and thunderstorms late in the day into Tuesday night with highs in the 80s. The weather pattern in the long range outlook remains the same which is for fronts coming through every three or 4 days keeping things from getting too hot for too long with nice breaks from the humidity. JOESTRADAMUS has more on this in his latest long range post
Also last night on the JOE & JOE WEATHER SHOW joe rao and joe cioffi talked about the long range with its implications extensively.
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