Smokey Haze In an Otherwise Dry Pattern Through Friday

Smokey Haze In an Otherwise Dry Pattern Through Friday

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Smokey Haze In an Otherwise Dry Pattern Through Friday

Father’s Day has been a nice day overall with just some patchy clouds coming into Southern New England from a low in the Gulf of Maine. We are still dealing with areas of smoke which is causing some issues in areas around Philadelphia to about NYC and points west but to the east it is not bad. Looking ahead to this week we will be dealing with a smokey haze from time to time but for now most areas should avoid seeing unhealthy levels being reached.

This afternoon should be quite nice though and the radars are nice and quiet. I’m not expecting any shower or thunderstorm development with the upper low to the northeast and slowly making its exit eastward. So lets call it partly to mostly sunny for the rest of the day with more clouds to the northeast and less to the south. High temperatures will reach the 80s inland and 70s along the coast. Most lows toninght will be in the mid 50s to lower 60s under mainly clear skies.


storm free


storm free

The week ahead is looking to be dry for the most part as high pressure covers New England and then moves offshore. This creates a bit of an onshore flow and that will help to hold temperatures down somewhat along the coast but it will be warmer inland. The high looks to suppress moisture in the Southeast for much of this week but eventually some of the rains that will be occuring across the south will start to make a move north.

Monday looks to be no worse than partly sunny all day as highs reach the upper 70s along the coast and low to mid 80s inland. Tuesday should also be a nice day with no worse than partly sunny skies. There will be a bit more of an onshore wind so most highs Tuesday will be in the 70s to around 80 degrees. For now we are keeping showers and thunderstorms out of the forecast for both days.

Gradually as we move through this week, the upper flow along the East Coast will start to turn more southerly but it will be a gradual process. This leaves dry probably through Friday. There might be some scattered showers and thunderstorms inland Wednesday but they will hit or miss types. Again the wind off the ocean will hold temperatures down and there may be a bit more in the way of early morning clouds. Otherwise Wednesday and Thursday should be no worse than partly sunny again. Highs Wednesday will be in the 70s to around 80 inland. The same holds for Thursday with highs again in the 70s to around 80 degrees.

Friday as the winds turn more southerly that will allow for warmer temperatures inland with highs reaching the low and middle 80s with 70s along the shore. The southerly flow aloft will start to take hold though and that will begin to bring moisture up the East Coast Friday night and an increasing chance for showers next weekend.




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