Wednesday, June 19, 2013
After yesterday's tropical downpours, the weather today will take a refreshing turn for the less humid as high pressure begins to build in and the frontal boundary plus disturbance responsible for yesterday's storms has pushed far enough to the south to bring in lower humidity. We'll dry out quite a bit as dew point values should drop below 50 by day's end from the city on north. Thankfully.
Sun will mix with puffy clouds from time to time this afternoon but rain chances should be minimal. There could be a shower or two down near Rehoboth or Ocean City, MD, but nothing near us.
Highs will get to near 80 in much of the region this afternoon, with slightly cooler upper 70's farther south as clouds will be a bit more numerous south of town than north.