Heat and humidity structure today


Heat Advisory in result for today and tomorrow

Today we are seeing some irregular fog for parts of Eastern MA that must burn as the sun increases. Our temperature levels will start their fast climb into the low to mid 90s by lunch break. In addition to the heat and loads of sunlight comes the humidity, as humidity will be uneasy today. With all that in mind, a HEAT ADVISORY is in result today through tomorrow as heat indices might reach 100 ° F. Stay hydrated and take regular breaks throughout the afternoon. Overnight, we will see primarily clear conditions and temperature levels in the low 70s, some irregular fog possible.

Heat Advisory

Tomorrow will be the hottest day of the work week as temperature levels will use the mid 90s. With the humidity structure when again, heat indices might reach around 100 ° F in the afternoon. With the heat and humidity, a sluggish moving front begins to approach the location, providing us a possibility of a shower or thunderstorm around supper time. Overnight, partially cloudy with some sticking around showers and temperature levels in the mid 70s.

Heading into the weekend, Saturday seems the lower of the 2 days for any strategies. While the day definitely will not be a washout, anticipate more clouds around and some spotty showers sometimes. Still anticipating some sun to pop through. Temperature levels will still remain in the upper 80s with some areas striking 90 ° F. The humidity will continue to remain in the uneasy variety.

Sunday is without a doubt the very best day for the beach or any outside strategies this weekend as we will remain rain complimentary with partially to primarily bright conditions. Temperature levels will remain in the low 90s inland and mid to upper 80s at the beaches with the humidity still remaining.

The heat and humidity still remains into the start of the work week. A couple of more opportunities of rain are ahead Monday and Tuesday as the front lastly goes by.

Chelsea Priest, ABC6 Meteorologist & & Ryan Kudish, ABC6 Meteorology Intern