Some relief in sight with cooler, less damp air anticipated to relocate
Currently warm and damp this Monday early morning and the heat and humidity continue this afternoon. Anticipate hazy sunlight for much of the day with highs inland into the low and mid 90s, 80s at the beaches. When we consider the humidity, our ‘feel-like’ temperature levels are over 100 ° for lots of this afternoon, that is why the HEAT ADVISORY continues for the location for today and Tuesday. It will be a bit breezy this afternoon, which will bring some very little relief. Over night temperature levels remain in the 70s with some fog and mist possible.
Heat and humidity continue Tuesday with highs back into the low to mid 90s. With the humidity anticipate ‘feel-like’ temperature levels over 100 ° for inland areas. Late in the day a front techniques bringing the possibility of separated rain and thunderstorms. The front will introduce cooler and ultimately less damp conditions as the week advances.
Wednesday looks overcast with scattered rain sometimes. Early morning temperature levels will remain in the upper 60s and afternoon highs will just be around 80 °. It still feels damp on Wednesday however the humidity levels will start to drop heading into Thursday. Some early morning showers possible on Thursday with some drying in the afternoon. Highs remaining in the low 80s.
We end the work week and head into the weekend with some truly terrific weather condition. Anticipate sunlight through the weekend with highs in the low 80s, lows in the low 60s and comfy humidity levels.
Chelsea Priest, ABC6 Meteorologist