SW winds continue to pump oppressive humidity into New England with dewpoints again ranging from 70-76 degrees. Hazy sun and clouds are warming temps up again into the 80′s, with the potential for a few Lwr 90′s this afternoon. I do not expect the kind of heat we had yesterday due to a few more clouds. Plus a welcome breeze today will pick up this afternoon with gusts over 20 mph to help to stir the stagnant air and make the day more tolerable.
Clouds are locked in for the rest of the day with Light NE winds keeping temps in the Lwr 70′s inland and even 60′s to near 70 at the coast. Showers inland with drizzle and fog at the coast.
Hazy sunshine is emerging behind this warm front with warming westerly winds. Highs will quickly be climbing into the upper 80′s and Lwr 90′s this afternoon. Dewpoints will be very humid in the upper 60′s and Lwr 70′s. With an approaching cold front this afternoon, there will be enough moisture, lift and instability to trigger scattered afternoon thunderstorms. The area which we have been outlining for the best chance of stronger storms forming or maybe even severe weather is across Eastern MA and RI during the hours of 2-6 PM
We are quickly warming this morning from the 70′s into the 80′s. Buy midday, some areas will be approaching 90. Sunshine in place this morning will fade this afternoon under thickening clouds in advance of a prefrontal trough which is triggering a few scattered showers/storms in western/central NY. The increasing clouds will help to slow the warming. Hazy sunshine should last at our eastern facing beaches into the early afternoon before turning mostly cloudy. Dewpoints have been rising into the mid 60′s and will likely climb to near 70 before the day is through so a typical muggy summer day in July with highs in the upper 80′s and lwr 90′s.
Temperatures will be quickly climbing into the 80′s by midday and lwr 90′s inland this afternoon. The hot spot today will be SNH and the Merrimack Valley where highs will be around 92-94 degrees this afternoon
Gorgeous day in progress with sunshine, lower humidity and a gentle onshore wind. Highs will be climbing into the upper 70′s and Lwr 80′s inland. Beaches will be cooler with temps in the upper 60′s and lwr 70′s
With high pressure sitting over us today, temps will climb into the 70′s and lwr 80′s inland. Light east winds will keep temps in the 60′s at the immediate beaches. The sea breeze will not penetrate more than a mile or two inland…so once away from the water…expect a warmer day.
It is amazing what sunshine and a South wind can do this time of year! After this frost start, temps are quickly on the rise this morning and will be climbing to 50-55 degrees by this afternoon! About 10 degrees warmer than Saturday…still it should remain slightly cooler at the coast from Boston to the Cape with more of a light SE wind keeping temps in the 40′s to near 50.
A deck of low- mid level clouds is slowing down the hopes for good weather on St Patrick’s day. Light onshore winds from the NE/SE will keep it quite chilly at the coast near 50 or slightly above.
For the first time this winter, we are in for a legitimate snow storm here in southern New England.