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28 Jul 2015
Again I expect the southern mid-atl to hit the criteria and NE to fall short. This doesn't look like a blast oven type scenario but very warm, muggy conditions should persist. Also, we have to watch out for that tropical system in the gulf which could make an appearance and cut into the warmth.
17 Jul 2015
So I'm not sure New England gets involved in this but the Southern Mid Atlantic is looking pretty toast through at least the 25th with maybe the exception of a little relief next Tuesday if the front sags far enough south. Sunday looks to be the brunt of the heat
A few predicted daily highs:
DC - Sat: 91 Sun: 95 Mon: 92
PHL - Sat: 88 Sun: 95 Mon: 92
NYC - Sat: 86 Sun: 90 Mon: 88
12 Apr 2012
All of the models are showing a nice warm-up for the East in the coming days though that is in question the farther north you go. With the dry soil temps should come in a few degrees higher than modeled barring cloudcover south of the Mason-Dixon line. North of the Mason-Dixon, questions are abundant but I would say that it could hit 80 on Sunday in NYC. In DC, it's very possible that the temps make a run at 90 if conditions are as ideal as they look to be.
Here is the SREF temp model that goes out to Sunday, where a number of the models push the warmth all the way to Maine.
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