As we discussed earlier this morning, today was a much more pleasant and less-humid day when compared with the few before it. Highs in the lower 80’s felt comfortable with lower dew points and resultant humidity values. Tonight will feature much of the same. Fair-weather clouds from throughout the day will fade and mostly clear conditions are expected. Lows will fall into the mid 60’s away from the city, but may remain a bit warmer than that in urban areas.
Tomorrow looks warmer, with highs in the mid to upper 80’s. But there will likely be a developing seabreeze by afternoon due to onshore winds. There’s a lot of other stuff going on in the world of meteorology. So keep reading:’
- The 24-hour precipitation record at Islip from August 12-13 of this year is now officially, official. Officially. (National Weather Service)
- The temperatures in 2014 were about as up and down as your crazy ex girlfriend (Climate.gov)
- Oklahoma is currently experiencing the lowest volume of tornadoes since 1988 (Capitalweather, Claims Journal)
- Incredible imagery and videos of the Tavuvur eruption continue to pour in (Flickr)
- Tropical Storm Norbert continues to churn in the Eastern Pacific (NHC)