This Afternoon: Mostly sunny, warm and humid. An isolated storm possible. Highs: 85-90 (dewpoints: 60s). Winds: S/SW 5-15 mph.
Tonight: Mostly clear to partly cloudy. Mild and muggy with some patchy fog possible. Lows: 65-70. Winds: S/SW 2-10 mph.
Tomorrow: Hazy, hot and humid. Afternoon/evening showers and thunderstorms – some strong to severe with damaging winds and heavy rain. Highs: 86-92 (dewpoints: 66-74).
It’s warming up fast and it’s becoming humid out there as well. Temperatures will be reaching into the upper 80′s with dew points into the upper 60′s. There may be an isolated thunderstorms moving in from eastern New York later on or pop-up in place over us. However the coverage will be widely scattered though so most of us will be staying rain free. It will be a classic July afternoon! It will be a great afternoon to sit by the pool or head for the shore!
Tomorrow a cold front will be moving in from the west but out ahead of it will be hot and humid! As the front moves through it will kick off late afternoon and/or evening storms – perhaps even a line of late day or early evening storms – some with damaging winds and hail.
Before the front crosses late tomorrow temperatures get up near 90 for the second straight day. Once the front moves through we will dry things out on Thursday! It now looks as though the rain will be gone by Thursday so we are looking good as the sun comes out and the dew points fall off.
Have a great afternoon!
Have a great day!
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