Upper level low continues to push westward and weaken a bit as a Bermuda High builds in the Western Atlantic. Both features will continue to pump in tropical moisture for the next several days. While our rain chances decrease they do not go away. We’ll see a daily threat for isolated showers & storms. Good news is we should see more sun than clouds and that will help to warm us up into the upper 80s perhaps even near 90 in some areas.
Sunday into Monday a strong disturbance and associated trough swings in. It will knock temps back into the mid 80s and also bring a chance for scattered showers and storms both days. This will also lead to a more zonal flow in the upper levels as we head into Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures both these days will rebound to near 90 with only an isolated threat for showers and storms each day.
This evening a few showers are possible, maybe an isolated thunderstorm. Temperatures will fall into the mid and upper 70s. It will remain muggy as dewpoints hover in the upper 60s to low 70s.
Overnight, where the clouds break up we could see patchy fog develop otherwise, mostly cloudy skies, lows in the lows around 70.
Fourth of July, looking to see a bit more sunshine mix in and out of the clouds and it remains humid. Rain chances will be isolated and in the afternoon but the evening looking good for fireworks to go off without wet weather being an issue. Temperatures will be warm in the upper 80s.
Heading to the beaches, here is a look at what you can expect. Pretty decent weather for those of you heading east for the holiday weekend! Plenty of sunshine, breezy with highs in the mid to upper 80s.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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