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  • Daily Forcast prepared for WATD Radio - 23 Jul 2014

    Daily PM Forecast

    Date: 07/23/2014

    Time: 01:01 PM

    By: Rob Gilman
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    HOTTEST IN AWHILE, AND FOR AWHILE...

    New England Weather Story

    Oppressive humidity this afternoon as things heat-up under the July sun. This heat and humidity will fuel thunderstorms, which should push through during the evening and early overnight hours. These storms are associated with a cold front which slowly pushes through tomorrow, with some lingering clouds and the occasional shower left behind. Friday promises a cool and even crisp morning for some and a comfortably dry and seasonable afternoon. Temperatures increase once again this weekend ahead of the next disturbance. Saturday looks the sunnier of the two days, with showers approaching by Sunday afternoon.


    Your Towns Forecast Sunset - 08:13 PM
    This PM: Hazy sun, breezy, becoming very hot. SW wind increasing to 15-25 mph.
    Tonight: Very warm, humid. Evening shower/thunder tapering overnight.
    Thursday: Morning clouds and showers ending, much cooler.
    Friday: Sun, few clouds, low humidity.

    The 3-Day Forecast
    Today Thursday Friday
    MUCH COOLER
    88 ° F 74 ° F 78 ° F
            69 ° F       61 ° F

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