Dry and Sunny (June 14-16)

Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr June 13, 2019 16:53

Dry and Sunny (June 14-16)

Discussion: After a few more isolated/scattered showers and thunderstorms this evening our E Great Lakes disturbance will then lift into Canada. High pressure, moving across N Carolina, will dominate the weekend pattern. Throughout the course of the weekend we’ll transition from drier NW flow to stickier SW flow as the high moves through to our S (from W to E). Good old northern-side of the high’s anti-cyclonic flow. Therefore the weekend should fade from dry and gorgeous to dry and summery. The next shot of rain/thunderstorms should be Sunday PM. As of right now that’s expected to arrive later in the evening—squeezing in nice Sunday daylight hours through at least 5pm or so. Next week looks sustainably warm and humid for the most part.

Friday (June 14) high temperatures should reach the low-to-mid 70s for most. Skies should be partly-to-mostly sunny. Winds should be breezy, possibly gusty at times, out of the W. Overnight lows should range from near-50 to near-60 NNJ to SNJ as winds subside.

Saturday (June 15) high temperatures should reach near-80 for most maybe lower-80s for WCNJ/SWNJ. Skies should be mixed with sun and clouds. Winds should be light out of the S/SW which should start to re-introduce humidity. Overnight lows should fall into the 60s for most.

Sunday (June 16) high temperatures should reach well into the 80s for most. WCNJ/SWNJ have the best chance to flirt with 90. Skies should start mostly sunny but slowly increase in cloudiness towards PM hours. Rain and thunderstorms are possible from late-afternoon and forward but will probably hold off until closer to sunset or after into Monday. Winds should be light out of the SW. Overnight lows should only range between mid-60s and near-70 NNJ to SNJ.

An early look at next week indicates mostly warmth and humidity with the exception of the Tuesday-Wednesday period. That period looks a little cooler and drier. Otherwise summer has no plans to halt its arrival. Let’s take another look on Sunday. Everyone have a great weekend and please be safe! JC

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Jonathan Carr
By Jonathan Carr June 13, 2019 16:53