The hot and humid air will stick linger through Saturday. We’re under a “Heat Advisory” for the coast, with an “Excessive Heat Warning” inland areas Thursday and Friday. The HEAT INDEX, otherwise known as the feel like temperatures, will range from 100 to 105° inland Thursday, to around 100° closer to the shore.
HEAT INDEX VALUES NEXT SEVERAL DAYS
POOR AIR QUALITY ALERT THURSDAY:
An Air Quality ALERT Day means that Ground Level Ozone within the region may approach or exceed unhealthy standards.
HOUR BY HOUR: Conditions for the next 36 hours »
DENSE FOG ADVISORY NOW THROUGH 8AM THURSDAY SOUTHERN AREAS AND COAST
While yesterday was hot, the worst of the heat/humidity occurs Today and Friday, with highs in the low to mid 90s and the heat index up to 100-105.
AT THE BEACH THURSDAY: Not as hot as inland areas… Some dense fog early in the morning, then partly sunny skies by noon. Highs in the upper 70s to low 80s with southwest winds 10-20 mph. Fog is likely to return again in the evening and night.
The heat finally breaks over the weekend with the passage of a cold front. Things still look quite hot and humid on Saturday with a scattered thunderstorm expected with an approaching cold front. This front will break heat ands humidity by Saturday evening/night. More comfortable air will be in place Sunday with sunshine and low humidity.