First off, let me tell you how happy it makes me to use the words “coastal storm” in a July forecast. It’s pretty fun. That’s what we’re going to get to enjoy today as low pressure has already developed and is moving NE just south of Long Island. An area of thunderstorms just south of this low is eating up some of the moisture associated with the system and thus robbing us of the potential for any really heavy rain. However, light to moderate rain will be widespread today along with a raw ENE wind. This wind will keep temps limited to the upper 50’s/low 60’s throughout the day today. After several days in the 90’s with high humidity, I’m thinking this is going to feel pretty awesome!
A cool and generally unsettled pattern is expected to dominate for the foreseeable future.