After some cooler than normal and dreary weather much of last week, more summer-like weather returns this week. This afternoon we already saw temperatures in the mid-upper 80s. The next few days will feature warmer than average temperatures. However, more unsettled weather may be arriving by the end of this week, as a large trough and frontal boundary approaches from the west. Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Emily over Florida today, will be moving out to sea later this week.
First for tonight, mostly tranquil and comfortable conditions are expected. A few isolated showers or thunderstorms that developed over Interior NY and PA, will diminish this evening, as a surface trough and instability weakens. Then skies will be clear to partly cloudy for the rest of tonight, with low temperatures ranging from the 60s over the Interior to lower 70s near the coast. If skies clear enough, some of the interior valleys and Pine Barrens may drop into the mid-upper 50s by daybreak, with more radiational cooling. Some areas of patchy fog may also develop over Interior valleys overnight.
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