Boston, Massachusetts 2021-06-24 04:31:44 –
Our sidereal day is nearing its end as the clouds advance late tonight, but we are still bathed in the sun and dry air today. As the wind blows from the southeast, maximum temperatures peak again in the mid-1970s.
So far, there have been some sultry temperatures in June, but we were able to counter them in the next few days (counting 5 days).
As you can imagine, it’s well above normal for the entire month and there are no signs of an immediate outage. Another scorching air mass will move this weekend, but the road is a little bent before we get there.
A weak low-voltage system is formed on our old front (the one that passed on Tuesday), which is moving in our direction. Sometimes these low pressure systems can turn into tropical systems, but that doesn’t seem to be happening now.
What it does is to increase our threat to showers tomorrow-mainly tonight and tomorrow morning-before it melts slowly on Friday night.
It should be added that “light showers” can turn into short, heavy rains, as guidance performance is degraded in these situations. Since the origin of this system is in the open ocean, models usually do not have a good grasp of the composition of this small swirling storm.
Nevertheless, it is still hot on weekends. It peaks early next week (in Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, roasting in the sun while roasting west under heat of over 100 degrees Celsius). When the humidity rises on Friday, I will hardly let go next week.
Get ready to sweat.
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