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The GFS shows a few days where temperatures could reach the mid 90s on the East Coast and into the Mid Atlantic. At the moment I would give a 50/50 chance of these temperatures being confirmed. -GFS at 18z time frame for Aug 17-21
UPDATE : The date range has been updated, now July 16-22. The CPC still sees the possibility for excessive heat up to July 26 and date ranges will change as the forecast solidifies. Starting July 16th, we could see temperatures regularly ranging between 90° and 100° degrees in the Ohio Valley to the East Coast (As far north as New York). It’s looking to be a usual hot and humid northeast July.
It looks like a hot week is ahead for us with temperatures regularly ranging between 90° and 100° degrees in the east Ohio Valley (WV) to the East Coast (MD) (VA), and between 85° and 100° In Delaware, New Jersey,.. Philly (SE PA),.. And NYC (NY). Let’s see if the higher trending temps continue showing up on the other models early this week. Check back for updates as we are still a few days out
For the first time in about a month, we get to dust off the warmer weather leisure suits to take to the disco. WPC charts for the middle of this time period - to illustrate a general west trough, east ridge set up WPC 9/27/18 00z Euro - showing the same west trough (including Rosa coming on stage near Baja) and east ridge (on the continent of course, as the Atlantic is, "currently" (pun realized but not intended) occupied, as it were Ewall AFDCTP puts it this way - they hedge a bit, but the "keep us on the mild side for much, if not all week, sure sounds nice. Caveat to this is that New England might get the short straw on the "warmth", that wavering front will be a bug-a-boo for that region. Here, we go to Albany for some New York styled disco. Can we even string together 5 or more days? (MidAtl) Can NE shake the front and get more than 2 of them? That is up for discussion which is what we're all about (that, and as MJ would point out, the Hokey Pokey)