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Jeremy Reiner

Just In Time

Posted by Jeremy Reiner

Whew....just in time we shook that wet pattern. A massive area of high pressure over the Atlantic moved west toward New England (a feat not easily done) and in the process shoved the rainmaking clouds west was well. This means until further notice (likely late Sunday afternoon) southern New England will have hazy, hot and humid weather with daytime highs in the lower 90s and overnight lows only into the mid 70s. The beaches will see daytime temps a little bit "cooler"--mid 80s. #Winning.

As we step through the holiday weekend the chance of t-storms will begin to climb---at first just an isolated storm between 4-7pm in the higher terrain of western & northern New England but on Sunday afternoon isolated to even scattered storms appear likely as close as metro Boston and the beaches--but again, not until after 4pm. Plenty of time to find your holiday mojo.

Whatever it is you have planned this holiday weekend please be safe and have fun.

Peace.

~JR 

Posted 07/04/13, 5:55am
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