Living On The Edge
Posted by Jeremy Reiner
We will be right on the edge of incredible summertime heat & humidity. Places in the Midwest will reach 100 with high humidity. We will not. There is a dividing line between us & that searing heat and that dividing line is a front...a stationary front to be exact. These fronts are great producers of clouds, showers & t-storms. Right now one clump of clouds & showers is sliding through New England and weakening. That means today will improve with time--at first some isolated showers/sprinkles but after 9am just clouds and even though clouds will thin out rough the day setting us up for a decent summer day. Most cities & towns will still see lingering clouds and an increase in humidity but all in all...a nice Monday.
That front will never be able to deliver that cra heat/humidity to New England but it will linger and that will keep the clouds and the risk of some showers early tomorrow morning and again on Wednesday afternoon. However, you can still find sunshine & plenty of dry hours the next 3 days despite all this talk of fronts, clouds, showers.
In any event, as we work toward Thursday and beyond, less humid air comes back to New England. This drier air also removes the threat of any showers/t-storms from the region. As of now, a fantastic stretch of weather should be here just in time for the Holiday Weekend.