Sunshine, warm temperatures, and low humidity combined for a beautiful Tuesday, and we'll have the same weather Wednesday. We will likely end the month in the top five warmest Julys on record, perhaps as high as third. August won't start out quite as nice.
Sunshine will fade to clouds Thursday with rain arriving later in the day or in the evening. The timing is still uncertain, but rain seems highly likely at night into Friday morning. That rain will move out Friday with the front. We will stay in a northwest flow with little impulses moving through New England during the weekend. I expect us to stay dry almost all the time, but can't totally rule out a shower each day. Temperatures will be moderate, a few degrees either side of 80 each day. Looks like a good weekend to me so far.
The tropics are quiet for the time being in the Atlantic. Keep our forecast close by with the FOX25 mobile apps and follow me on twitter @klemanowicz
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Sunshine, warm temps, and low humidity make for a beautiful Wednesday
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