Weather with Pat Pagano – August 29

ADVISORIES:  EXCESSIVE HEATWATCH

1965 – COLD WAVE BRINGS 2.5” OF SNOW ATOP OF MT. WASHINGTON, N.H. – MID 20S SOUTH TO CONN., 39F AT NANTUCKET, MA.

WEATHER-CAST

OUR HEATWAVE CONTINUES WITH MORE OF THE 3 H’S TODAY…AND TEMPS IN THE 90S EVERYWHERE.

70S TONIGHT. THEN NOT AS HOT BUT HUMID THURSDAY WITH AT LEAST A CHANCE OF A THUNDERSTORM.

A FRONT NEARBY ON FRIDAY WILL KEEP TEMPS IN 70S TO NEAR 80S…AND SOME SHOWERS ARE POSSIBLE.

THE WEEKEND IS ANYTHING BUT CERTAIN. IT LOOKS LIKE CLOUDS CAN WIN OUT OVER ANY SUN…AND IF THAT IS THE CASE…TEMPS COULD STAY IN 70S. WILL THERE BE ANY RAIN…. POSSIBLY, SO END RESULT. IT’S STILL UP IN THE AIR.

THE FORECAST:

TODAY: CONTINUED HAZY –  HOT- HUMID – 95 TO 100

TONIGHT: CLEAR- MID 70S

THURS: PARTLY CLOUDY- HUMID – CHANCE OF A THUNDERSTORM – LOWER 90S

FRIDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY- NOT AS HOT OR HUMID – 75-80



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