Jun 23, 2016 8:52 PM


Source: NH1.com

The weekend looks spectacular with comfortable humidity and dewpoints in the 50's. A large area of High Pressure will be shifting east from the Great Lakes through the weekend. This means we're in for lots of sunshine, comfortable levels of humidity with warm days and pleasant nights. Sea breezes will be forming at the coast to keep high temperatures there about 10-15 degrees cooler than inland locations.

Highs on Friday will be in the lower 80s, by Saturday we'll be in the mid 80s and both Sunday & Monday will see us climbing to around 90 in the south. It doesn't look like a heat wave will be set up because in order for that to occur we'll need 3 days in a row of 90+ temperatures. Nonetheless, it will be plenty warm for swimming and this time of year, that's what matters as the ocean, lakes, and pools are calling our names!

Clouds will be advancing upon the region late Monday and showers will spread into the region from west to east Tuesday as well as a few thunderstorms...especially by the afternoon. Temperatures will be cooler, in Low 80's by midweek.


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