Good morning! Our warm and muggy pattern comes to end today. A cold front has passed through early this morning. Temperatures may hold steady or slowly falling for rest of morning, before rising again into the mid-upper 70s with lower humidity this afternoon. Plenty of sunshine and breezy conditions are expected today. Northerly winds will be sustained around 15 to 20 mph with higher gusts up to 30 mph possible this afternoon and early this evening.
Mostly clear skies will continue into tonight. As a cooler, Canadian airmass begins to settle into the Northeast, temperatures will drop into the mid-upper 50s over more urban and coastal areas and upper 40s to lower 50s over Interior areas. Winds will also gradually diminish overnight, as the pressure gradient over the Northeast weakens. But more ideal radiational cooling conditions aren’t expected. On Friday, weak high pressure over the Northeast will support plenty of sunshine for most of the day. But a cooling trend will continue, with high temperatures only into the upper 60s to lower 70s. Which is actually closer to seasonal levels for this time of year.
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