Tuesday was a little muggy, and Wednesday should be moreso. Storms are back in the forecast starting Wednesday, as well.
The summer has averaged somewhat warmer and somewhat wetter than average but we've avoided heat extremes.
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Matmo is making landfall in Taiwan with battering, 100+ mph winds and strong thunderstorms.
Tropical Depression Two would have to overcome the odds in order to survive in the hostile Atlantic conditions.
Summer heat and humidity gently returns today and Wednesday with highs edging up to the upper 80s and 90s
Numerous clouds and a wind off the ocean helped keep us cooler than normal again today, but it should feel more like summer tomorrow.
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Forecast model predictions a week into the future are advertising a second major shot of cooler than normal temperatures in the eastern U.S. this July.
Last month was the globe's warmest June on record, according to a report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.