Hot, hazy and humid, yes I know I sound like a broken record but that's the forecast mother nature has blessed us with as we end the workweek. You have to admit its a nice break from the rainy days we had through most of the month of July. We now have large dome of high pressure in full control of our weather pattern stretching from the Western Atlantic to the Gulf of Mexico. This high is providing for a dry stable atmosphere limiting cloud cover and precipitation. So the forecast calls for dry conditions with an abundant amount of sunshine. The sunshine wont seem nearly as bright as it would on other days since we still have a Saharan dust layer surrounding our area. That Saharan dust originates from the Saharan desert in Africa and gets pushed across the Atlantic ocean. It brings little dust particles in the way of hazy skies you have been experiencing the past few days. Those hazy skies wont stop us from heating up highs will be in the lower 90's with heat indices anywhere from 100°-105°.
Even with the hazy skies its been perfect weather for you boaters going out to catch some lobster for Lobster Mini-Season. Just a reminder with heat like this you need to stay hydrated.
Have a great day!
Wsvn Morning Meteorologist