Saturday, July 20, 2013

One more hot, but not as hot, day for NJ metro

Latest post:9:10am -- 7/20/2013

Rain does not appear to occur until the actual arrival of the cold front... as this line has weakened and dissipated...
However, some additional weakening showers in Pennsylvania have kept clouds overhead, and this will help temperatures to rise slower than recent days, so it will not be as hot this afternoon. 
Some areas may not reach 90 degrees, but those that do, will extend the heat wave to a 7th consecutive day.
The weather front is scheduled to arrive after 4 or 5pm... at which time showers and thunderstorms are likely, and severe weather possibilities will be monitored.

Cooler temperatures in the 80s are expected on Sunday, but this front may stall near, or over the area, -- which will keep clouds and humidity in place, and the the threat for showers, especially for central and southern New Jersey, as well as for Long Island.
A storm may also develop on this front keeping a wet weather threat for Monday and Tuesday.
More weather data will be analyzed today to fine-tune this.

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