Very Warm To Hot Humid Into Wednesday Not Much If Any Rain Week Ahead
There isn’t much change in the outlook for the next several days. We are in avery warm and humid air mass today which comes with a wind off the warm ocean and it also means humidity levels on the high sides. We are at the time of year where clouds can develop during nighttime and early morning hours and then it breaks out to partly sunny. That is where we are today and over the next 2 days. Highs this afternooon will be in the middle to upper 80s inland. Temperatures will be in the cooler 70s to lower 80s near the shore. There is the outside chance for an isolated shower or thunderstorm this afternoon. Otherwise it is another summer Sunday.
During tonight and Monday winds will turn more southerly and that will bring temperatures up higher for Monday and again for Tuesday. The week will start hot and humid though the chances for a thunderstorm are very low for Monday. Highs away from the shore will reach the lower 90s while it will be mostly in the 80s or near 80 at the area beaches.
Late in the day Tuesday a cold front will be moving through and this could set off some scattered thunderstorms ahead of the front. Before the front arrives Tuesday we will have partly sunny skies with most highs reaching 88 to 94. Temperatures will be a little cooler along the shore.
The front will be passing through and high pressure builds in for Wednesday through Friday. Humidity levels will be heading down as will temperatures. It will still be on the warm side of average for this time of year as highs will be in the mid to upper 80s Wednesday and 80 to 85 for highs Thursday and Friday. All three days will be dry with partly to mostly sunny skies and no rain is forecast.
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