High pressure, currently in control, begins to slip offshore Tuesday night. Behind it, a southwesterly flow will usher in a warmer and more humid airmass. A cold front approaches late this week stalling nearby before eventually passing through late on Friday. The warm humid airmass ahead of the front will eventually help to trigger thunderstorms, especially away from the coast. Another frontal system approaches on Saturday with more unsettled weather.
Upper Levels: 500mb heights continue to build through midweek. A broad trough in eastern Canada begins to exert influence on the region from Thursday on into the weekend.
Sunny with decreased humidity through tomorrow, continued sunshine with rebounding heat and humidity Wednesday through Friday with a scattered thunderstorm threat Thursday and Friday across the interior. A more widespread thunderstorm threat exists on Saturday. Sunshine and lower humidity arrives for Sunday.
Monday: Partly sunny early, becoming sunny in the afternoon. pleasant. Highs 76-81.
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 with PM scattered thunderstorms, especially away from the coast. Highs 85-90.
Friday: Partly Sunny, humid with an isolated thunderstorm. Highs 85-90.
Saturday: Scattered Thunderstorms, highs 80-85.
Sunday: Mostly Sunny, highs 80-85.
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