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Jeremy Reiner

Solid Summer Pattern

Posted by Jeremy Reiner

Mid 90s yesterday with heat indices around 101. That's hot.....too hot? For some, perhaps, and we have yet another hot day in front of us. In fact, today's weather is pretty much the same as yesterdays with high pressure south of New England only drifted in the past 24 hours. So.....hazy, hot & humid weather is expected across all of the region. Ideal for the beaches, lakes, pools, slip-n-slides and sprinklers. If you are outside for an extended amount of time and not cooling off with a dip be sure to drink water and stay out of that direct sunlight as the heat will be taxing on your body.

As for the remainder of the holiday weekend, high pressure isn't going to move much so we roll on with our heat wave (it becomes official this afternoon BTW) as both tomorrow and Sunday will see high temps in the lower 90s. Tomorrow is dry but Sunday will offer a slight chance of some late afternoon t-storms. The chance is only 30% so if you are thinking beach or pool---keep thinking that as most cities towns, beaches stay dry and the risk is primarily between 4-7pm.

Not a fan of the heat? Understandable but I don;t see any significant relief from the heat or humidity until the middle of next week. The risk of thunderstorms will begin to creep up as we get deeper into next week. Summer being summer.

Be safe & enjoy the remainder of your holiday (hit me on twitter if you need updates).

~JR 

Posted 07/05/13, 6:22am
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