Will the warm, Summer temps last another day?

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(PIX11 WEATHER CENTER) — Summer will last one more day in the Tri-State Area as high pressure will slowly continue to drift offshore later this afternoon.  There will be a chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms especially for the evening commute as cooler air begins to move into the region.  The high temperature will be 86 in the City, upper 80s in the suburbs.

Tonight will be cloudy with showers and thunderstorms continuing.  Low temperature will be 62 degrees for the city, upper 50s to near 60 for the suburbs.

Wednesday will be mostly cloudy and cool with lingering showers and thunderstorm possible.  Temperatures will be much cooler due to a persistent onshore wind.  Highs will only climb to the mid-60s for the City, low 60s for the eastern suburbs,

Thursday will dry out as the cold front sags further south of our area.  High pressure over the Canadian Maritimes will keep winds blowing in off the ocean and temperatures below seasonable.  Highs will remain in the mid-60s.

Friday will feature sunshine early followed by afternoon showers and thunderstorms as a front moves through the area from the Great Lakes.  Temperatures will begin to moderate and will climb to the low to mid 70s.

The weekend will see partly cloudy skies and seasonable temperatures as high pressure will be in control of the weather for our region.  Temperatures will be in the low to mid 70s.

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