The clearing process is now in full gear!
By the lunch hour, sunshine will have emerged turning this into a beautiful summer Monday! Highs will be in the middle 80′s to near 90!
In the wake of the cold front, Tuesday will be a stellar day! It will be sunny, less humid, and warm with highs in the middle 80s, cooler along the coast with an afternoon seabreeze.
The humidity will slowly begin to rise again on Wednesday with an southerly component to the wind. There will be a cold front nearing from the Great Lakes region as well as some moisture streaming northward from a disturbance travelling from the southeastern U.S. It’s a squeeze play situation. Although it will be a mainly rain-free, hot day, there will be a slight chance of an isolated storm due to these two weather systems. Highs will be in the upper 80s.
Thursday will provide us with a better chance of a few late-day storms. Otherwise, it will be hot and humid with partly cloudy skies. High temps will top off in the upper 80s.
Friday will include lots of clouds along with scattered showers and storms as the cold front slows its eastward progress. The upper level trough becomes an upper level low and nearly stalls the surface front. Highs will be in the lower 80s.
Saturday will have a cloudy start along with a few remnant showers. It appears that there will be gradual clearing during the afternoon hours. Highs will still be in the lower 80s. Sunday is setting up to be the pick day of the weekend.
The Tropics have become active as we approach the peak of the Atlantic Hurricane Season. We are currently tracking T.S. Ernesto and T.D. Florence.
This week’s night sky will include the visibility of the waning moon, Venus, Jupiter, and the Perseid Meteor Shower peaking this Saturday night.