WEEKEND STILL RELATIVELY COMFORTABLE
HOT HUMID MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY
COOLER LATE WEEK QUESTIONABLE LABOR DAY WEEKEND
The dry air mass of the last two days begins to move out to the east today but we will still see a fair amount of sunshine. Some high clouds will be coming in from the west but not enough to completely obliterate the sun. Temperatures will reach into the 80s. There will be a breeze from off the ocean which will hold temperatures down a bit. Overall it is a nice Saturday and there are no radar issues to worry about.
Radars are silent and not an issue this weekend. Tonight will be warm with temperatures in the 60s to lower 70s. Sunday we will have another day of clouds and some sunshine with highs in the middle 80s as the air mass warms further. No showers or thunderstorms are forecast.
Monday Tuesday & Wednesday will be hot and humid with sunshine all three days and highs in the low 90s on Monday and low to some middle 90s Tuesday and Wednesday. Afternoon shower and thunderstorm activity will be minimal if any at all until late Wednesday or Wednesday night when a cold front arrives.
Wednesday will be the last day of 90 plus in this particular stretch. The cold front that will be coming through will stall out to the south and an onshore flow sets up for the end of the week and into next weekend which is the Labor Day Weekend.
This will send temperatures lower for sure. If the front pushes far enough south there won’t be any rain issues to worry about at least for Thursday and Friday. Whether showers become an issue next weekend will hinge on the front coming back up as a warm front. There is still no clarity on this but for now I would think we would see the chance for a few showers running around at some point next weekend.
MANY THANKS TO TROPICAL TIDBITS FOR THE USE OF MAPS
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