Some unsettled weather will start off this week with a cut-off low tracking in the region. But much warmer and drier conditions will finally arrive with temperatures soaring well into the 80s away from the shore by Wednesday and Thursday. The main question remains: will this warming trend to continue into the Memorial Day weekend, or is more cooler/ unsettled weather with showers and thunderstorms in store? We discuss more technical details and thoughts with the upcoming weather this weekly period.
So far — Monday began with plenty of sunshine as weak high pressure temporarily built into the region. Despite a northeast flow, deep mixing will help temperatures today to rise in the middle to upper 70s. This brings our temperatures to slightly above average for late May. Closer to the south-facing shores, temperatures will be cooler with sea-breezes developing and pushing inland later this afternoon.
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