Good morning! Today will be another very warm and humid day, as mid-level ridging remains over the Northeast. Some low clouds and patchy fog again in some spots early this morning, should gradually burn of during the next few hours. Then more sunshine filtered by some high clouds, well help temperatures rise to well above normal again this afternoon. Highs will be the mid-upper 80s, away from the coast. Easterly winds may will keep some coastal sections cooler, perhaps only mid-upper 70s or lower 80s for highs.
A large mid-upper trough moving in from the Midwest and Great Lakes, will finally break down the ridge for rest of the week. A cold front associated with embedded shortwave energy along this through, will be approaching by tonight. Some showers and thunderstorms are still possible with some weak instability building ahead of the front, mainly over Interior parts of the Northeast later this afternoon and evening. But a lack of moisture and dynamics will keep this activity mostly isolated or widely scattered in coverage.
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