A stationary front boundary sitting south of the region keeps us cooler than we’ve been the past few days. Easterly winds continue to usher in a stable marine influenced boundary layer present through Sunday.
A slow moving cold front approaches from the west tomorrow while a shortwave trough axis approaches and eventually passes through the region on Sunday. The shortwave may trigger an isolated shower across western zones late tonight into early Saturday. Weak low pressure along the cold front passes near or just south of long island on Sunday. Scattered showers and thunderstorms stick around through late Sunday when the shortwave departs.
Saturday: Overcast with scattered showers. Highest likelihood inland where boundary layer destabilization will more easily occur. Highs 72-77. Winds east 5-10 mph
Saturday night: Cloudy, scattered showers. Still muggy. Low near 60. East winds 4-7 mph.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with Scattered showers ending late. High near 80. Light variable winds becoming Northwest overnight.
Monday: Sunny, High near 80.
Tuesday: Mostly Sunny. Highs 80-85.
Wednesday: Mostly Sunny, warmer and more humid. Highs 85-90.
Thursday: Mix of sun and clouds, Hot and Muggy. High near 90.
Friday: Mostly Sunny, hot. High near 90.