Clear and Summery (July 13-14)

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr July 12, 2019 20:47

Clear and Summery (July 13-14)

Discussion: The storm front pushed off the SENJ coast early this morning. Unfortunately there was not much relief from the heat and humidity. This time a year that is common for cold fronts. I felt about .06% relief for a few hours earlier today. We’re now set up for a long stretch of heat and humidity that should run through this weekend and next week. Things should work out this weekend rain-wise as weak area of high pressure influences the Mid-Atlantic US. Monday-forward however should become unsettled especially with Barry’s remnants pushing up our way in the Wednesday-Thursday window. By the time Barry’s remnants get to us it should just be rain and thunderstorms without an organized center of circulation. That’s not to say that the thunderstorms can’t produce severe conditions however. Next week’s heat and humidity should be quite destabilizing to the atmosphere. Basically welcome to the jungle!

Friday (July 12) overnight lows should range from near-60 to near-70 NNJ to SNJ. Winds should remain light out of the W/NW.   

Saturday (July 13) high temperatures should easily reach into the 80s for most areas. CNJ and SNJ areas away from the ocean have the best chance to reach into the lower-90s. Skies should be mostly sunny and humid. Winds should be light out of the W/SW. Overnight lows should range from low-60s to low-70s NNJ to SNJ.

Sunday (July 14) high temperatures should easily reach into the 80s for most areas. CNJ and SNJ areas away from the ocean have the best chance to reach into the lower-90s. Skies should be mostly sunny and humid. Winds should be light out of the W/SW. Overnight lows should range from low-60s to low-70s NNJ to SNJ.

An early look at next week indicates hazy, hot and humid conditions with temperatures into the 90s for many places. You have to assume thunderstorms will fire in such a pattern. Everyone have a great weekend and please be safe! JC

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr July 12, 2019 20:47