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7:00 AM | Hotter and more humid today; tropics still active

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Patchy early morning fog will give way to mostly sunny skies, hotter and more humid, low 90’s

Tonight

Mostly clear, mild, lows in the upper 60’s

Saturday

Mostly sunny, quite warm, but not as hot as Friday, highs in the mid-to-upper 80’s

Saturday Night

Mostly cloudy, mild, maybe a shower or thunderstorm late, upper 60’s

Sunday

Mostly cloudy, mild, possible showers late in the day or at night, maybe a thunderstorm mixed in, near 80

Monday

Mostly cloudy, mild, chance for showers and thunderstorms, near 80

Tuesday

Mostly cloudy, mild, chance for showers and thunderstorms, near 80

Wednesday

Partly sunny, mild, still could be a shower and thunderstorm, low-to-mid 80’s

Discussion

High pressure will move offshore today and this will allow for a noticeable increase in temperatures and humidity until a backdoor cold front reverses that trend on Saturday. Temperatures this afternoon will likely reach the lower 90’s ahead of the front, but should be confined to the mid-to-upper 80’s on Saturday. After that we’ll be looking west for the approach of the remains of Isaac along with a frontal system. These two features may very well combine to spread some rain to the Mid-Atlantic early next week before high pressure takes over again at mid-week, and some of the rain can be heavy at times.

Isaac will remain a big story today as its remnants will spread some very heavy rain into previously drought-stricken areas like Arkansas and Missouri. Elsewhere, the tropics remain very active as we continue towards the climatological peak of tropical season which occurs during mid-September. Kirk is a hurricane way out in the Atlantic and it is no threat at all to the US; however, Tropical Storm Leslie will have to be closely monitored next week along the east coast as there are some indications that this system could get uncomfortably close late next week or weekend.

Video

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