Father's Day Weekend Looking Very Good

I know the rule is that Mother's Day is supposed to be the nice day but this year Father's Day weekend is the big winner. It figures that it waits until mid June for a nice stretch of weather but in reality it is around the water temperatures are starting to move into the 60s and that makes the marine layer less of an issue. We also are finally seeing an upper air pattern which would favor dry very warm to hot conditions verses the constant marine influence. Blocking in the North Atlantic has come and gone and this allows a big ridge to build into the Eastern US.

 

 

The presence of the trough to the east will produce northerly winds aloft  which will keep the humidity levels reasonable at least through Saturday and probably into Sunday as well. Temperatures should reach the mid to some upper 80s both days. The sea breeze will likely be confined to the immediate coast but it should still make the 70s at the beaches. Monday looks like the hot humid day with highs reaching into the 90s and the chance there could be a thunderstorm in the afternoon and evening. No showers or thunderstorms are forecast for the weekend.

 

 

 

 

The presence of the trough to the east will produce northerly winds aloft  which will keep the humidity levels reasonable at least through Saturday and probably into Sunday as well. Temperatures should reach the mid to some upper 80s both days. The sea breeze will likely be confined to the immediate coast but it should still make the 70s at the beaches. Monday looks like the hot humid day with highs reaching into the 90s and the chance there could be a thunderstorm in the afternoon and evening. No showers or thunderstorms are forecast for the weekend.

 

The next cold front arrives Monday night which will move through and break the short round of heat. Cooler air from Canada replaces it but right now it doesn't seem to put us back into anything problematic. It will be warm Tuesday and Wednesday with temperatures in the 80s with reasonable humidity. At least that is the plan for the time being..

 

The tropics are going to be quiet this weekend but there is one area of interest in the Caribbean that will move into the Gulf of Mexico. Also Hurricane Bud in the Pacific could bring drought relief to the Southwest US. More on this at Meteorologistjoecioffi.com with a new faster loading mobile page.

 

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