Temperatures and humidity will begin to climb as we head deeper into the work week.
The big weather story is the continued unseasonably cool temperatures that we had over the weekend. That will bring warmer weather into along with rising dew points. Highs will gradually get warmer, back into the upper 80s by mid-week. Partly sunny skies will be around on Friday with another disturbance passes overhead across New England. Most of the state is starting the day in the 50s, with 60s near NYC, Philly, and the ocean.
The final day of July will be hot and humid.
Friday and Saturday will present the best rain chances as a system moves in from the west and moves past us on Sunday which will cool us back down again, mainly into the low to mid-80s.
Temps look to peak on Wednesday with temps reaching 90 degrees, and with even higher humidity, it'll feel like a summer sizzler. It is quite possible that by Thursday, Bradley Airport in Windsor Locks will have its fourth heat wave of 2017!
A southerly wind will keep shoreline locations in the middle 80s during the afternoon. This will increase rain chances on Thursday and ramp our north winds. This is because the front will be closer to CT, which will provide more lift necessary to produce storms. We will break out of this pattern later in the week.
Sunshine and comfortable temperatures are happening on Saturday with highs in the mid to upper 70s with comfortable humidity. Some clouds will be in the area, but most will be seeing sun.
Sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the low-70s.
Tonight: Clear Skies. Lows in the mid 60s.
Delightfully sunny and dry after two days of damp and gray.
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