A cold front associated with an upper-level trough over the Great Lakes, will be approaching the region with some showers and thunderstorms by this evening, A southwesterly flow ahead of this front, will cause dewpoints to rise into upper 60s and 70s this by afternoon. This will result in very warm, muggy day with temperatures reaching the mid-upper 80s away from the coast, with some sunshine this afternoon. Sea-breezes near the coast will keep temperatures from rising out of the upper 70s to lower 80s. More southerly winds will also lead high risk of rip current this afternoon along along south-shore facing beaches of NYC/Long Island and Central New Jersey.
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