THIS EVENING: Few showers possible mainly north of the turnpike in the next few hours. Most areas south should remain dry. Winds are breezy and will ease up a bit heading into the evening and overnight. Clouds break up a bit and with drier air in place, temperatures will fall through the 70s to the upper 60s.
MORNING: Noticeably cooler and less humid with unseasonable temperatures in the mid 50s. We’ll start out with sunshine and a few clouds.
TOMORROW: We’ll still be under the influence of the upper level trough and the cooler air it will provide for us. It will be the coolest day of the next week with highs remaining in the 70s under a mix of clouds and sunshine! Winds will be somewhat breezy out of the northwest.
OUTLOOK: Deep trough will linger into Friday, the first day of August, before it starts to retrograde west which will allow for slight ridging to take place across the east coast. This will allow for moisture to stream up from the south. It also means humidity and temperatures will go up too. Storm chances will be possible each day through Sunday before high pressure builds in for Monday bringing dry and quiet conditions. Highs Friday will warm to the low 80s which will be below average but into the mid 80s over the weekend.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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