AccuWeather reports after a burst of July-like heat and humidity to end the week, conditions more typical of September will arrive in the northeastern United States later this weekend.
“Temperatures and humidity levels will become much more comfortable in the wake of a cold front this weekend,” AccuWeather Meteorologist Ryan Adamson said.
Thunderstorms will erupt along the leading edge of the cooler air from west to east late Saturday into Sunday.
Prior to this weekend, batches of showers and thunderstorms will dot some areas of the Northeast into Friday night as a couple of weak systems move across the region.
Widespread severe weather is not expected, but a few of the strongest storms could be locally heavy and gusty over the next few days.
The weekend storms will usher in lower humidity and more seasonable temperatures from Sunday into Tuesday, Adamson said.
High temperatures are expected to plunge from the middle to upper 80s on Saturday to the low to middle 70s F on Sunday from New York to Cincinnati and Cleveland. … Continue readingRead More »