After the heat wave last week, more cooler, unsettled weather has returned to region, as a trough moves through the Northeast. More clouds and onshore flow this week have kept high temperatures well below average over the region — it certainly doesn’t feel like the middle of summer. High pressure will support more pleasant, warmer weather on Wednesday. Then it looks like something we often see during the fall and winter months: a coastal storm with the potential for heavy rainfall by Thursday night and Friday and perhaps into this weekend as well. But uncertainty is still quite high with exactly how this storm evolve, its timing, and how much impact it will have on the region.
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