Light onshore winds will keep it cooler at the coast in the 70′s, but where there is breaking sunshine and brighter skies, high temps will climb into the Lwr 80′s this afternoon. A cold front to our west with more clouds will be pushing into New England late today with scattered showers or a thunderstorms…mainly reserved for western New England. Much of the day will be dry for outdoor events and this afternoon just may be alright…just warm and muggy!
Highs will mostly be in the 60′s and Lwr 70′s inland at the most today. Not exactly the kind of Friday you want at the end of July. It will likely end up a bit warmer than yesterday. Winds will be shifting to the WNW as the low pulls away and into the Gulf of ME this afternoon, which should help the scattered light showers begin to taper off a bit.
Clouds are socked in with a cool NE winds keeping temps in the 60′s. The cold front which pushed through yesterday with all the humidity is now stalled off the coast. Showers are riding up the front and will be slowly lifting into SNE today.
Today a front is moving through which will finally put a beat down to the humidity for a time. Sunshine and west winds have allowed temps to spike into the 80′s. Some areas in SE MA may approach 90 degrees before the day is done. It has started out a bit muggy, but dewpoints are already starting to fall in Northern new England with a wind shift to the WNW behind the front.
Behind the warm front, warmer, steamy air with hazy breaks of sun as a dry slot shifts north for the afternoon. Highs climbing into the upper 70′s and Lwr 80′s south. We will have to watch for scattered showers and storms to start popping again across SNE during the afternoon and possibly form a line of stronger storms which could form and maybe even some severe weather if we get enough sun to break.
A more humid feel to the air, but without the heat in place it is not as uncomfortable. In fact, the light onshore wind will help to keep temps in the 70′s and Lwr 80′s today. Cooler temps confined to the coast with warmer temps to be found further inland, especially where there is sun.
Sunshine and high to mid level clouds streaming in from west to east. Weak high pressure building in from Canada is helping to steer in a light NNE wind in behind the front which is making for temp in the 70′s at the coast and Lwr-mid 80′s further inland.
Dewpoints are off the charts today with many areas in SNE in the mid-70′s. Mix this in with another day of high heat with highs climbing to near 90-95…well, you know the story. Heat Advisory in effect until 7 PM with a Heat Index, otherwise called Humiture, feeling close to 100-104 this afternoon in the haze.
Temps are quickly warming up this Sunday thanks to a wind shift to the west. Instead of a cool onshore wind, it is a hot land breeze which will help to push many locations this afternoon to near 90. Winds are very light, so with the heating of the day, there is the potential for winds to turn onshore this afternoon for a slight cooling sea breeze for East MA beaches.
Clouds are locked in across SNE for much of the day. We have seen periodic light showers and mist, but most of the time will be dry during the day. We will spend the day on the cooler cloudy side of this front with light onshore winds. This will keep temps in Lwr 70′s t the beaches with 70′s to near 80 father inland away from any ocean breeze.