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Northeast: Heat gone, but not the chance of showers
Northeast: Heat gone, but not the chance of showers
July 29, 2016; 9:05 AM
This upper air map shows (1) there is no strong heatwave ridge over the Midwest or Northeast any more and (2) a broad trough populated with smaller disturbances will move from the Mississippi Valley to the Appalachians by Sunday.
Northeast tomorrow: Most widespread rain so far this summer
Northeast tomorrow: Most widespread rain so far this summer
July 28, 2016; 9:54 AM
On this satellite picture, we see the plume of moisture advancing northeastward from the Ohio Valley.
Sunny and hot in the Northeast followed by late-week showerss
Sunny and hot in the Northeast followed by late-week showerss
July 27, 2016; 9:26 AM
In this picture, the sun had set as seen from the ground. However, sunlight was able to light up the clouds from below to create this look outside my home:
Northeast: Less humid through Wednesday, then more humid once again
Northeast: Less humid through Wednesday, then more humid once again
July 26, 2016; 8:56 AM
Now, drier air has arrived, and most of the Northeast will have abundant sunshine today and tomorrow.
Thunderstorms hit the Northeast today; Less humid Tuesday
Thunderstorms hit the Northeast today; Less humid Tuesday
July 25, 2016; 8:34 AM
A front that will usher in slightly less humid air for the Northeast tomorrow will trigger locally strong thunderstorms today.
Heat and humidity holds in the Northeast through weekend
Heat and humidity holds in the Northeast through weekend
July 22, 2016; 10:47 AM
Thunderstorms will continue to erupt near the northern edge of the heatwave, enhanced by a series of disturbances rippling along in the upper air flow. This is the NWS Storm Prediction Center's severe thunderstorm outlook for today
Northeast: Heat and humidity to increase
Northeast: Heat and humidity to increase
July 20, 2016; 9:20 AM
... the main upper air steering current moves eastward across the northern Plains, then dives southeastward toward the Middle Atlantic states. The core of this current defines the rim of the hottest weather and serves as a conduit for clusters of thunderstorms.
Northeast: Comfortable until Thursday, then turning hotter
Northeast: Comfortable until Thursday, then turning hotter
July 19, 2016; 9:29 AM
3. Hot air will be moving east from the Plains, reaching the major East Coast cities Friday and Saturday. This map shows the upper-air flow that will make this happen.
Northeast: Hot and humid, then a break
Northeast: Hot and humid, then a break
July 18, 2016; 9:28 AM
This map shows lightning strikes from 8 a.m. EDT yesterday until 7:20 a.m. EDT today. A concentration of thunderstorms can be seen in the Midwest ahead of the cold front.
Friday fries then Saturday simmers
Friday fries then Saturday simmers
July 15, 2016; 10:00 AM
At 10 a.m., it was already 85 in Boston and 90 in Newark, N.J. The afternoon will be quite hot as weak cold front approaches. It should become a <u>little</u> more more comfortable this weekend.

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