Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Smooth Sailing

Today is a perfect day and tomorrow will be much of the same for all of SNE. Wednesday's highs will get to between 85-90 degrees regionwide, except the usual places of the South Coast and Cape. This could be our last real warm day for at least a week as cool air is moving into our area to round of the end of this work week.

The transition begins on Thursday with scattered showers and thunderstorms, a few could be strong to severe. The humidity will likely come up to more humid levels by this date as well. Those showers and thunderstorms will likely finish early Friday here in eastern New England. Temperatures on Friday will not be really affected with highs around 80 still. Then the weekend comes and it will be cool and dry.

Saturday and Sunday will be mild with highs in the lower 70's. Overnight lows will get pretty low, mainly in the mid-upper 40's in the suburbs of SNE. The normally cooler locations like Bedford, MA and Norwood, MA will likely get below 45 degrees for the second time this summer. Monday stays cool, but showers will likely move in to usher in tad warmer air for later next week.

We will be watching Tropical Depression 4 all the while as well. It could be a big one. Stay tuned for later updates.

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