Today begins our march up the temp ladder with high pressure moving offshore and SW return flow moving in behind it. Look for highs today in the upper 70’s north to mid 80’s south. Skies look to be mainly sunny, if not a bit hazy due to smoke from distant Canadian wildfires. Winds will be increasing slowly out of the SW but before then, a weak sea breeze could develop especially closer to the center of the high (located off the NJ coast), in southern areas.
Heat and humidity will continue to build tomorrow with highs in the 90’s and dew points approaching 70. Showers and storms are possible tomorrow and they could be severe. I won’t be able to provide detailed coverage for this threat seeing as I’m down at a weather workshop in MA. Please check with the SPC, NWS Gray, and local media for reliable information about the storm threat. I will have another update tomorrow morning.