Tuesday, June 05, 2012

June 6th, 2012 Forecast

If you didn't like the weather these past few days, you got a few more to go through.  The spotty, quick-change showers being tossed down from a cut-off low pressure system will continue up too the weeks end, until the jet stream slowly helps push it out and brings us clearer and warmer skies.

Tonight, much of the same throughout the area.  Skies will be mostly cloudy with the ever-present slight chance of a passing showers.  Temperatures range in the 50's over the region, with mid-50's close to the city metro.  Winds will be light and variable tonight, with no prevailing wind.  Wednesday will be a lot like Tuesday, except warmer.  Partly to mostly cloudy skies, with scattered showers and thunderstorms, mainly in the afternoon.  Temperatures in the middle 70's around the city.  Lower 70's north and west and upper 70's - close to 80-degrees - south and east.  Winds will be shifting westerly at 5 to 10 mph.

Thursday features a broken record, except warmer.  Temperatures will be close to 80-degrees.  Friday we finally see some clearing out and much more sunshine, ahead of a fantastic June weekend.  Saturday, that sunshine sticks around and it is warmer.  If your traveling abroad to either the Ponocos or the Shore, it'll be slightly cooler but still a great weekend.  Sunday, much of the same as Saturday.  Sunshine and warmth being the headlines for both days.  Heading into next workweek, temperatures still near 90-degrees and remaining sunny.  Skies cloud up a bit on Tuesday and it'll be slightly cooler ahead of the next system that'll enter the region mid-week.