Sunday Break But Rain & Severe Weather Risks Are Back Monday

Sunday Break But Rain & Severe Weather Risks Are Back Monday

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Sunday Break But Rain & Severe Weather Risks Are Back Monday

The pattern of weather systems moving through every other day continues which means that Monday we will be at risk for some rain and possibly some severe weather though it may come later in the day and overnight into Tuesday morning. The Storm Prediciton Center for now indicates a marginal risk for severe weather which means isolated severe thunderstorms are possible.

That means today is the “other” where we are in between systems and we get to enjoy a slight lowering of humidity today. It will be more reasonable from that standpoint though it will be very warm with highs in the mid 80s to near 90 degrees this afternoon. Dew points will drop to the lower 60s by the end of the day. That is slightly to somewhat uncomfortable but not terrible. There should be a fair amount of sunshine for Sunday though we will throw in the chance for an isolated downpour or thunderstorm inland. Monday morning lows will be in the 60s with some 50s in the coolest spots well inland and near 70 degrees closer to warmer urban locations.


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storm free

Monday brings the next weather system eastward across the lower Great Lakes and Southeastern Canada with a warm front moving northeastward this afternoon into tonight and a cold front that follows Tuesday morning. The timing of this system is a bit different and we could see some showers and thunderstorms around Monday afternoon and evening ahead of the warm front.

Then the cold front passes through during Tuesday morning. There may be some showers and thunderstorms early in the day Tuesday as the front does temporarily get hung up a bit near the coast. Monday temperatuers are a bit tricky because of the timing of the warm front but we should still see highs reach the 80s in most places.

The front should resume moving east in the afternoon Tuesday and we should see showers exiting to the east by midday or early afternoon. Perhaps the sun will break out later in the afternoon from west to east. There is severe weather risk along the coast Tuesday until the front passes. The highest risk will be from Southern New Jersey southward.

Temperatures Tuesday will be mostly in the low to mid 80s. Dew points which will rise Monday into Tuesday morning will start to drop Tuesday afternoon and continue to ease Tuesday night.

Wednesday should be a very nice day of sunshine, low humidity with dew points in the 50s, and temperatures that will top out in the pleasant upper 70s and lower 80s. Wednesday could very well wind up being the best day of the week!

Dry air should hang on Thursday though it will turn a little warmer with sunshine and highs in the low to middle 80s but it will still be relatively comfortable. Thursday night we have another cold front passing through but this one won’t have much with it as it goes by. This brings in another quick shot of dry air for Friday that will last into Saturday morning. Then humidity and temperatures will head higher over the weekend. We may be in for a stretch of heat and humidity beginning next Sunday and lasting for at least a few days beyond that.




Please note that with regards to any severe weather,  tropical storms, or hurricanes, should a storm be threatening, please consult your local National Weather Service office or your local government officials about what action you should be taking to protect life and property.

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