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Sunshine, Warmth, Moderate Humidity for First August Weekend
Sunshine, Warmth, Moderate Humidity for First August Weekend
July 30, 2015; 9:55 AM
In parts of the Northeast, a sky looking as blue and clear as the one in the picture will be quite a departure from the look of the rainy skies that were much more common earlier in the summer.
Northeast: Heat and Humidity to Peak Today and Tomorrow
Northeast: Heat and Humidity to Peak Today and Tomorrow
July 29, 2015; 8:24 AM
The steering winds aloft are changing, and the next phase looks like it will feature a northwesterly flow of cooler air this weekend and much of next week.
Northeast Heat and Humidity to Ease as August Begins
Northeast Heat and Humidity to Ease as August Begins
July 28, 2015; 10:06 AM
It's going to be hot hazy and humid in the much of the Northeast today through Thursday. The recalescent, sudorific, canicular, pyrogenic frying heat gains our attention.
Heat and Humidity to Bake the Northeast at Midweek
Heat and Humidity to Bake the Northeast at Midweek
July 27, 2015; 10:25 AM
A line of persistent showers and thunderstorms stretched from Long Island Sound to Cape Cod. Some areas in this zone had more than 3 inches of rain this morning, and there can be highway flooding in localized heavy showers this afternoon and evening. This radar shows the rain zone just after 10 a.m. ET.
Middle Atlantic: Warmer, More Humid for Last Weekend of July
Middle Atlantic: Warmer, More Humid for Last Weekend of July
July 24, 2015; 9:45 AM
This map shows the predicted upper-air flow for tomorrow night. Our timing estimates suggest showers and some thunderstorms could affect the I-95 corridor from Portland and Boston to New York City (and perhaps Philadelphia) on Sunday.
Middle Atlantic Dry Into the Weekend
Middle Atlantic Dry Into the Weekend
July 23, 2015; 9:34 AM
For the start of this "Olympics of the Forest," the weather looks good, as forest we can tell. From DC to NYC, it looks sunny for at least the next two, tree days.
I 95 Heat to Ease at Midweek
I 95 Heat to Ease at Midweek
July 20, 2015; 9:43 AM
As moisture from former hurricane Delores moved northward, the dynamic changed, and thunderstorms broke out. This map shows the more than 300,000 strokes that occurred between early yesterday and early today.
Cooler and Drier for the Northeast Thursday and Friday
Cooler and Drier for the Northeast Thursday and Friday
July 15, 2015; 9:29 AM
The recent volatility of the weather in many areas of the Central and Eastern states is demonstrated by the widespread thunderstorm activity of the last couple of days. The lightning map shows hundreds of thousands of lightning strokes between 7 a.m. ET yesterday and about the same time today:
Thunderstorms Bring Flash Flood Threat to Northeast
Thunderstorms Bring Flash Flood Threat to Northeast
July 14, 2015; 10:51 AM
A narrow band of territory that in winter is one of the Buffalo area's southern snow belts received more than 5 inches of rain in just a few hours. Water seemed to rage everywhere, and people had to be evacuated from their homes in the dark of night.
Showers, Thunderstorms Will Hit the Northeast Tuesday, Wednesday
Showers, Thunderstorms Will Hit the Northeast Tuesday, Wednesday
July 13, 2015; 10:12 AM
This NWS Storm Prediction Center map shows the risks for today. Please note that "moderate" risk areas, like the one present on today's map, are relatively rare, signifying the danger of major disruption in the worst storms

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