Saturday, May 26, 2007

Cooler Sunday

Highs this afternoon are once again pushing 90 degrees in much of SNE. Last check, Boston was sitting in the upper 80's with overcast/hazy skies. The humidity has come down a bit and will allow temperatures tonight to drop into the 50's in the suburbs to around 60 in the urban areas. Tomorrow will not get back into the 80's. Tomorrow temperatures will generally top off in the lower 70's as a thick overcast will develop by late morning-early afternoon which will cap highs. A NE wind will develop along the coast and keep coastal locals in the 60's. The showers and storms will develop later in the afternoon and a few could be scattered heavy showers, with a rumble or two of thunder and a flash of lightning. The same can be said for Memorial Day itself with highs in the mid to upper 70's.

A front will push through Monday night and bring back the refreshing air for Tuesday with warm temperatures and very low humidity. Highs should top out in the mid 70's with one-hundred percent of total sun. Wednesday will be just as nice, but temperatures will be warmer, in the lower to mid 80's and then we will push into the mid to upper 80's for Thursday before we may get usettled for Friday and the first few days of June. That is what the current long range forecast is looking like...

A warm and sunny end to May with unsettled conditions and cooler temperatures for the beginning of June. Don't fret, it doesn't look like we are about to embark on a period of heavy rain, northeast winds and highs in the 40's like last weekend. Unsettled and cool in June usually means the threat for some showers and highs struggling to get about 70-75. Thats it. Its still a long way away so I'll just let it pan out. Until then, there is no reason not to go to the beach and play hookie at least one day this week.

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