The high yesterday in Boston was 92…just the 4th time this year that Logan has reached 90. There won’t be a 5th today…a coldfront has slipped through and temps have fallen and leveled off in the 70s and the humidity will ease throughout the afternoon.
We spent three straight days in the 70s here in Boston and now we are on the cusp of some heat. Temps will warm today and top out in the 85-90 degree range with increasing amounts of humidity.
The great white shark population is exploding and that has some people surprisingly happy.
It was a sweet way to finish up a rain filled week…highs in the 70s and lower 80s…low humidity and lots of sunshine. The hope is that this weather will spill into the weekend and some of it will.
After days of living in the tropics, relief is so close you can almost reach out and touch it. Now we aren’t quite there just yet, in fact the cold front is moving through Central […]
The air certainly feels different today with dew points in the lower 70s…there is ample moisture surging northward up the Eastern Seaboard a key ingredient for strong to severe thunderstorms. Another ingredient is the sun…it heats the air near the ground so that it can rise into the sky forming towering thunderheads.
Hurricane Arthur is coming this way and will likely pass 50 miles or so east of Nantucket Friday night.
We are now cautiously optimistic that most of the festivities should go off without a hitch (or a storm).
While all eyes are on Hurricane Arthur right now…we need to monitor the thunderstorm situation this afternoon and most importantly this evening with Boston Pops Concert and fireworks at the Hatch Shell. Right now the air is primed for storm development…very warm and humid…and scattered storms are likely this afternoon.
The latest data almost assures us of a washout in most of eastern New England Friday afternoon and night.