Long Island Friday Weekend Outlook And A Look Ahead to Next Week
We are heading into the weekend and Friday, getaway day, or arrival day for NYC folks, will be a day of very warm and somewhat humid conditions. We should have no worse than partly sunny skies. Another weather front will be moving through late in the day or evening and that could set off a scattered thunderstorm or two but it is not a guarantee and for now severe weather risk is not being indicated. Highs will be in the mid to upper 80s. Ocean breezes will be confined to the beaches in the afternoon so it will cool off a bit there.
Saturday and Sunday should both be nice days as far as sunshine is concerned. It will also feature slightly lower humidity making it somewhat comfortable. No showers or thunderstorms are forecast for either day. Highs will be in the mid to upper 80s away from the ocean both days. Sea breezes will develop at the beaches and they could make their way into the South Shore, south of Sunrise Highway. The East End will be a shade cooler with highs ni the lower 80s both days and 70s to near 80 at the beaches. Next week looks like a very good weather week for the beach or pool. Humidity will start to come back Monday with highs in the low to mid 80s and partly sunny skies. Tuesday will be very warm to hot and humid with some sunshine but there will be some late day thunderstorm risk. Highs will be in the mid 80s to near 90 away from the ocean. Late next week temperatures are headed for the lower 90s Wednesday and middle to possibly upper 90s Thursday and Friday with sunshine. After Tuesday the next chance tor thunderstorms will be late Friday as another weather front arrives.
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