Wow, it felt like summer even more on Friday didn't it? Highs everywhere got well into the upper 70s & low 80s. Plus, it was a little muggy too! It's hard to argue with weather like this in September unless you're eager to more on to fall. Friday night, as temperatures fall, areas of fog will form again. Some of it will be very thick, especially near rivers and spots that got rain Friday afternoon. We'll start Saturday around 55-60°. As Saturday continues, the fog will thin and we're mostly sunny by lunch at the latest. Highs will continue to shoot way above normal into the upper 70s & low 80s. In fact, I wouldn't be shocked if the hottest spots of the Champlain Valley get to 85-87°. Sunday & Monday we do it all over again. Plan your weekend like it's August!
The latest trends with Jose keep the center of the storm just off shore of southern New England. Any potential impacts for the northeast would happen Tuesday night and Wednesday.
Jose should start to weaken as it approaches southern New England Tuesday night. It will still be at least a strong tropical storm providing wind, big waves and beach erosion. How far north the wind and heavy rain fields can get remains to be seen. We're still keeping a very close eye on it.
I hope you're ready for the weekend!
-Chief Meteorologist Sean Parker
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