Friday, July 25, 2008

Sultry Saturday...

FRIDAY- It's the weekend again. It looks like we have got ourselves a pretty good weekend here in SNE. We won't be as hot as last weekend when we saw highs in the mid 90's, but tomorrow will be in the upper 80's with lots of humidity and abundant sunshine. Humidity will be on the rise tomorrow afternoon here in SNE. This will lead to a few showers Sunday afternoon and evening as a disturbance will kick off a few showers and thunderstorms. Most will be north of us for the evening hours. Temperatures will be in the seasonable level through Monday and Tuesday with highs in the low to perhaps mid 80's, right on target for this time of year and seasonable overnight lows in the low 60's outside of the city to upper 60's in the cities.

Our next threat at some rain looks to be about midweek next week with heavy rain and wind slated for Wednesday afternoon and night as an energetic packet of energy swings through SNE from the Great Lakes with an unusual potent little storm that could bring periods of heavy rain and embedded thunderstorms that could renew flooding? Let's hope not. Yesterday this looked to hit the PHI-NYC corridor, but today, it looks like its slated for the NYC to Portland, ME corridor with the heaviest right in the Springfield to Worcester to Boston corridor. We'll wait and see how this pans out. It's still a ways out there.

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