Calm After the Storm: Pleasant Stretch of June Weather Ahead!
Yesterday's storms knocked out power and brought down numerous trees and power lines as they pushed though Monday afternoon. Intense heat and humidity ahead of a cold front helped to fuel the storms. The cold front is pushing off the coast Tuesday morning. NW flow behind the front is directing in cooler and drier air in from Canada. Skies are clearing and increasing with sunshine. Highs will be in the 70's and lower 80's today. Quite a bit different from the 90-96 degrees of yesterday. High pressure will build into tonight with clear skies and begin to shift off the coast Wednesday and wrap in a warmer wind from the southwest.
Wednesday will be sunny to partly sunny with some increasing PM cloudiness. A warmer wind direction will push highs back into the mid 80's for the afternoon. A weak front will push through Wednesday night. High pressure will return to end the week with more sunshine but a cooler onshore wind Thursday will keep temps mostly in the 70's to near 80. Really nice weather can be expected to end the week Friday with sunshine and lower 80's. Clouds will increase a bit more on Saturday, but it looks mainly dry with high pressure close enough. Clouds will thicken Saturday night for the risk of a few showers. More clouds around on Sunday as a low will cross over us along with a cold front which could trigger a few afternoon showers or a thunderstorm, especilally across the north. A more humid feel on Sunday.