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    (CNN)Over 30 million people are under a heat advisory this weekend across the Northeast as record temperatures stretch from Virginia to New Hampshire."If highs reach the mid to upper 90s, this will be record highs for the day and the month!" the National Weather Service (NWS) office in Boston said Friday. The NWS is forecasting Boston to have high temperatures of 96 degrees Sunday. The daily record high for that day is 93 degrees, while the monthly record for May is 97 degrees, set back on May 26, 1880. Summer outlook: Most of US will see above-average temperatures as Western drought continuesBoston records are kept at Logan International Airport, which is right on the ocean, so those temperatures tend to be milder than the temperatures farther inland. And if the sea-breeze sets up in the right direction, it could prevent temperatures at the airport from reaching records.In Worcester, Massachusetts, the daily record highs for Saturday and Sunday are 88 and 90 degrees respectively, but the forecast this weekend is set to crush those. Read MoreThe forecast high on Saturday is...
    Several daily temperature records could be shattered this weekend as August-level heat is expected to slap the Capital Region in May.  Temperatures could reach the 90s for the first time this year in the Washington DC, Baltimore and Sterling/Dulles Airport areas, the National Weather Service says. Record highs that have stood for more than 100 years could also be broke in some areas, AccuWeather says.  While we're close to the average timeframe for temperatures to reach the 90s, the average first 95-degree day doesn't come until late June, NWS says. These temperatures combined with intense humidity will bring the hottest conditions since August 2021, AccuWeather says. "Temperatures will approach dangerous levels from near to above 100 for several hours during the midday and afternoon hours on Saturday," AccuWeather says. "Temperatures are likely to surge quickly during the midday hours but may fall back a bit during the afternoon."  Thunderstorms are also possible over the weekend, creating very warm and muggy conditions Saturday night in Sunday, AccuWeather says. This won't stop the hot weather from making a comeback as temperatures are expected...
    If you have already complained that it is hot, you are not at the end of your problems. This weekend and this weekend, Extraordinary heat in May Will continue to grow. Here, in detail, is the weather forecast for the next few days. Friday, The temperature will be higher than the seasonal average. That too has become a habit for a few days. 30 ° C in Digne, 31 ° C in Aix, Avignon and Carpentras and 32 ° C in Bollène. However, the beach is best protected: 26 to 27 ° C in Marseille, Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, Fos and Martigues. If you know that the normal temperature for this period will be 23 to 25 degrees Celsius, the sea will be much warmer in the south despite the wind, which will change a lot in the south. At speeds of 20 to 30 km / h, a small blower! Fortunately a reasonable minimum Fortunately, for now, the “mercury” level is quite reasonable at night and early in the morning. No more than 13 ° C in Digne, no more than...
    (CNN)Although Memorial Day weekend -- the unofficial start of summer -- is still more than a week away, nearly 60% of Americans, or almost 200 million people, will feel 90-degree heat over the next few days.Record heat, which has been brewing across the drought-stricken Plains and parts of Texas, is moving east and hundreds of temperature records could fall in its path.It will truly feel like summer ☀️????️ in the Northeast this weekend as numerous locations are forecast to reach 90F+ for the first time this season. Fortunately, the heat will not last long as a cold front will usher in normal to below-normal temperatures on Sunday. pic.twitter.com/DtjhospEgW— NWS Weather Prediction Center (@NWSWPC) May 17, 2022 From Thursday to Sunday, as many as 130 record high temperatures are forecast to be tied or broken in parts of 20 states. "Pretty much every day from Friday to Sunday, we're looking at rivaling daily record temperatures, running 15 to 20 degrees above May normals," said Aaron Swiddett, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Raleigh, North Carolina.Highs will range from 94...
    A RECORD-setting heatwave is set to bake the US this weekend, sending temperatures soaring to 100 degrees in some parts of the country. East coast states will get a taste of summer this weekend thanks to the so-called "Bermuda high." 2A heatwave is approaching the East CoastCredit: Twitter/New York Metro Weather 2Record breaking temperatures are expected this weekendCredit: AFP or licensors The Bermuda high, which typically occurs during the hurricane season, is a high-pressure system located over the Atlantic Ocean that can influence the movement of tropical systems in the Atlantic basin. Depending on the time of the year and several other factors, the Bermuda high can significantly impact the track and strength of a tropical system. The circulation around the high-pressure system can determine what direction the path of the warm weather and where it makes landfall. And this weekend, a scorching heatwave will touchdown across the east, including the states of New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Maryland and the nation's capital. READ MORE CLIMATE NEWSSNEAKO WARRIORS How trainers using 'recycled' plastic could be making the planet...
    (CNN)An early season heat wave will build across the southern tier of the United States, creating "unstable conditions" for wildfires and forcing some residents to conserve power usage."We are expecting above normal temperatures and what that means for fires is generally unstable conditions," Todd Shoemake, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service (NWS) office in Albuquerque, New Mexico, told CNN. "So if you do start to see fire growth, a lot of times it can become pretty explosive and really rapidly gaining in power and heat."A ridge of high pressure will build across the Southwest this weekend, allowing for record-breaking heat to settle in.High temperatures will soar into the 90s and triple digits, which will pose a threat to those who are outdoors for extended periods of time.The cities of Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Roswell in New Mexico all have the potential to tie or break record highs this weekend and early next week, making weather conditions at the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak wildfire even more dire.Read MoreThe largest fire in New Mexico state history (the Whitewater Baldy fire in 2012)...
    (CNN)Record temperatures expected in the fire-ravaged southwestern states will continue to worsen the deepening drought, as well as make for tough fire-fighting conditions, as an intense heat wave will be felt across most of the southern tier of the US this weekend."We are expecting above normal temperatures and what that means for fires is generally unstable conditions," Todd Shoemake, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service (NWS) in Albuquerque, New Mexico, told CNN. "So if you do start to see fire growth, a lot of times it can become pretty explosive and really rapidly gaining in power and heat."The cities of Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Roswell, New Mexico all have the potential to tie or break record highs this weekend and early next week, making weather conditions at the Calf Canyon/Hermits peak wildfire even more dire. Get ahead of the weather: Sign up here for weekly email updates from CNN meteorologistsTemperatures may not reach record levels in Southern California, where communities are still under evacuation from this week's Coastal Fire. Still, many in the region will be at least 10...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — After a hot, steamy, and sometimes stormy week, South Florida is in for a big change weather-wise this weekend. Friday will be a transitional day as a cold front is on the way. Instead of highs in the 90s, Friday afternoon, highs climb to the low 80s and we’ll be closer to normal. There will be more clouds around with only a low chance of stray showers. READ MORE: Miami Palmetto Sr. High Honors Former Student Judge Kentanji Brown Jackson For Historic Supreme Court Confirmation  Friday night skies will gradually clear and lows will fall to the low 60s overnight. Some inland areas may wake up with the upper 50s Saturday morning. Highs will climb to low 80s and the breeze will build. There is a dangerous high risk of rip currents at the beach and small craft should exercise caution due to the gusty winds. As high pressure builds in once the front clears, drier air will move in and lower humidity. READ MORE: 3-Day Tortuga Music Festival Kicks Off On Sands Of Fort Lauderdale...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Pleasant, cooler weather is expected this weekend. Temperatures fell to the 60s Saturday morning and will be climbing to the upper 70s Saturday afternoon under mostly sunny skies. READ MORE: Florida Man Dies After Crashing His Car Into 11-Foot Gator CBS4 With high pressure in control, a very dry air mass will lower humidity and it will feel very pleasant through the weekend. READ MORE: Surging Mortgage Rates Pricing Millions Out Of Buying A HomeSunday morning will likely be even cooler with the potential for widespread upper 50s and some areas waking up with the low 60s. Highs climb to the upper 70s Sunday afternoon. CBS4 MORE NEWS: Judge Upholds Spring Break Curfew In Miami BeachWe will warm up to the low 80s by early to middle of next week.
    After the driest January and February in the Bay Area’s recorded history came and went, March is expected to end on a wet note, with the biggest storm since the new year expected to drench the region Sunday. A low-pressure system is moving from the eastern Pacific towards California and is expected to make it way along the Central Coast Sunday night into Monday, with the front moving onshore by Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service. Lower elevations in the San Francisco Bay and Monterey Bay region could get between a quarter to a half an inch of rain along the coastal hills, while the wettest spots, including the Santa Cruz Mountains and mountains along Central Coast including Big Sur, could receive between one to two inches. “I’d rate it a moderate strength system,” said forecaster Ryan Walbrun. “Amounts are not copious and not extreme by any stretch of the measure, but we should get some beneficial rain.” Wet weather makes its return late Sunday into Monday. In fact most of us should get a decent (and much...
    DENVER (CBS4) – The first full weekend of spring will really feel like spring! Temperatures in the Denver metro area will reach the 70s for three days straight and 80 degrees is not out of the question on Sunday. (source: CBS) The last time the Denver metro area was that warm was in the first week of November 2021. The warmest temperature so far this year is 74 degrees on March 2. Before the 70s arrive on Saturday, Friday will be relatively warm again although temperatures may be slightly cooler compared to Thursday. However, it may actually feel warmer than Thursday because the flow in the atmosphere will be from the west or southwest instead of the north and northwest. Regardless, high temperatures in the Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins areas will be in the 60s under mostly sunny skies. (source: CBS) Then the combination of sunshine and the southwesterly flow will push temperatures in at least the mid-70s on Saturday and at least the upper 70s on Sunday. It’s possible Denver could reach 80 degrees on Sunday but it...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Today is looking pleasant and warm as it looks like we will easily see the eleventh straight day with temperatures above the daily average. Right Now: Just an isolated rain chance for the rest of today. READ MORE: Picky Problems: How To Raise Open-Minded EatersAlert: Model data is showing an insane amount of snow for the Laurels for Sunday morning. Looking at things now but there is a high probability that we will make Sunday morning a First Alert Day. Aware: Weekend snow is going to be more than most people are expecting. It’s a lot of snow that is forecast to fall but temperatures, for the most part, will be hovering above 32 for most of the area. I have today’s highs hitting the mid-60s with mostly cloudy skies. Morning temperatures should fall to the mid to even low 40s in some places. Noon temperatures should be in the upper 50s with winds fairly strong; coming out of the southwest at 10-15mph. I can’t rule out an isolated shower for the day but overall rain...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Record-breaking high temperatures are expected Saturday afternoon across South Florida. The record high in Miami is 87 degrees and the CBS4 Weather Team is forecasting a high of 89 on Saturday which will break the record last set in 2014. READ MORE: Arrest Made In Fentanyl-Laced Cocaine OD Of West Point Cadets In Wilton Manors (CBS4) All this heat is happening before a strong cold front arrives in South Florida. At the same time, blustery conditions in South Florida have issued a Wind Advisory and Gale Warning for offshore waters through Sunday morning. Winds will turn from the southwest to the northwest later Saturday afternoon, sustained at 20 to 25 mph and gusting to 35 mph. (CBS4) The strong cold front is marching southward across Central Florida with a band of heavy rain and storms during the early part of Saturday. This band of rain will weaken by the time it arrives in our area late Saturday afternoon and evening. So we can expect only a few showers during those hours in South...
    (CNN)A powerful storm taking shape across the central part of the country will rapidly strengthen into a bomb cyclone as it moves east -- bringing damaging winds, heavy rain, and even snow from Louisiana to Maine.A bomb cyclone happens when a midlatitude cyclone decreases in pressure by 24 millibars in under 24 hours, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association. These strong systems lead to many hazards -- but the most notable can be the extreme winds.A combination of extremely strong winds and snow promises to wreak havoc over the Northeast as the cyclone reaches hurricane-level strength off the Atlantic coast. Blizzard-like conditions and widespread wind damage are prominent concerns across the interior of the Northeast. "All model guidance has surface wave (the storm) rapidly intensifying as it tracks somewhere between the I-95 corridor to Cape Cod, then along or just off the Maine coast as a sub 970 mb low," said the National Weather Service in Boston. Read MoreA 970 millibar low would be equivalent to a Category 2 hurricane. The low will continue to strengthen overnight Saturday,...
    (CNN)March in the Midwest usually brings to mind snow, ice, and bitter cold temperatures, but this weekend, thanks to unseasonably warm temperatures, some states may see both snow and tornadoes."It is rare to get severe weather that far north this early in the year, but it is not unprecedented," said Bill Bunting, Chief of Forecast Operations at the Storm Prediction Center (SPC). "It certainly doesn't happen every year."Spring starts today, at least for meteorologistsTypically in March, severe weather is focused over the Gulf Coast states from Texas to Florida. For example, Texas averages 11 tornadoes in the month of March, but Iowa typically only sees two.The interesting setup is all thanks to a cold front producing winter weather in the Northern Plains. As the front dives south into the Mississippi River Valley, it will encounter temperatures 20 to 30 degrees above normal. "Isolated severe storms are possible over Iowa and small portions of surrounding states on Saturday," the SPC said Thursday morning.Read MoreWhile the setup Saturday will be favorable for supercells producing all facets of severe such as damaging winds,...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Another multi-day winter storm is expected to hit Minnesota this weekend. WCCO Chief Meteorologist Chris Shaffer says that the system looks to arrive Friday night and last through Sunday morning, affecting much of the state. READ MORE: Black-Owned Amazon Service Partner Creating Jobs With A 'Livable Wage'However, it’s too soon to tell what the system will bring. Because of the warm air ahead of the system, some areas could see rain, a wintry mix or snow, depending on local temperatures through the course of the weekend. (credit: CBS) READ MORE: Nonprofit Group Home Makes Sacrifices To Address Staff Shortages: ‘I’ve Never Seen Staffing Difficulties Like This’If only snow falls in a given area, accumulations up to a foot could be possible, Shaffer said. Such an event would be reminiscent of the two-day system that hit central Minnesota earlier this month. Yet, Shaffer says it’s possible that parts of southern Minnesota could get “a whole lotta rain.” Ahead of the weekend storm, another Alberta clipper system is tracking to hit northern Minnesota Tuesday...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — A cold front is set to move through South Florida on Sunday which will break the warm and stable pattern. Although the front is weak, showers are still possible late in the afternoon and evening hours on Sunday. Ahead of the cold front temperatures will be warming up close to the mid-80s Sunday afternoon. READ MORE: 3 Hospitalized After Near Drowning Incident At Hollywood Home Cold front moves through late Sunday night. (CBS4) Afternoon highs will top the low 80s once again on Friday and Saturday with mostly to partly sunny skies. These above-average temperatures have been in South Florida’s weather pattern for almost a week now. Then Sunday comes the hottest day of this warm stretch but finally, temperatures will tumble behind the cold front. READ MORE: Beach Smoking Bans Get House ApprovalThis cooldown is not dramatic but it is just enough for temperatures to go back to normal for this time of the year. A slight cooldown forecast for Monday. (CBS4) Monday morning will be cooler with morning lows in the lower...
    Bay Area residents will have to keep scraping frost off their car windshields — but warmer weather isn’t too far off. Temperatures are expected to rise into the 60s by the weekend. A freeze and frost warning is in effect until Friday morning for the Bay Area and Central Coast, according to the National Weather Service. The biggest risks include hypothermia for people without adequate shelter, including people and animals. Sensitive vegetation and crops might also die off during the freeze and outdoor plumbing could be damaged. Thursday morning, it reached 27 degrees in Santa Rosa, 33 degrees in San Jose, 41 degrees in San Francisco and 34 degrees at the Oakland International Airport. The coldest spots were interior locations of Monterey and San Benito counties, with temperatures dipping into the 10s. “They get influence off of the oceans,” said forecaster Matt Mehle. “Coastal areas near the Bay shoreline tend to be warmer, as opposed to Santa Rosa and Napa that are further inland, it’ll be colder.” Temperatures are expected to stay in the 50s the rest of Thursday while...
    Miami (CBSMiami)– It will be a very warm and muggy Saturday across South Florida with afternoon temperatures in the lower 80s. Then drier and slightly cooler airmass returns to our area. A cold front swings through South Florida late Saturday. Spotty showers will develop late afternoon and through tonight as the front gets closer. Make sure to keep the umbrella handy during your evening plans. READ MORE: Officials: Florida Panther Struck And Killed By Vehicle Patchy fog develops inland and spreads east by Saturday morning. (CBSMiami) This cold front is not like the past few fronts because it will be followed by a northeast breeze instead of a northwesterly or northerly wind. Wind coming in from the ocean is not as cool or dry as a northwest breeze which keeps the air over land all the way down the Florida Peninsula. READ MORE: Florida Appeals Court Sides With Investors In Collapsed CryptocurrencySlow-moving downpours may impact parts of the area Saturday evening. The breeze turns to the north/northeast by Sunday morning which will cool temperatures off slightly. This...
    Miami (CBSMiami)– The weekend will start off warm and muggy with patchy fog before slightly cooler and drier air moves in Saturday Night. It’s a cold front but, unlike the past few fronts, this one will be followed by a northeast breeze. Wind coming in off the ocean is not as cool or dry as a northwest breeze which keeps the air over land all the way down the Florida Peninsula. Patchy fog develops inland and spreads east by Saturday morning. (CBSMiami) READ MORE: New Research Shows What Exactly Is In Wine BottlesThe warm air we have had is causing fog to develop over the Gulf Coast. A light southwest to west breeze may bring some of that fog into inland areas of the east coast metro by Saturday morning. Temperatures will be in the lower 70s and it will still feel muggy since the cold front is still to our north. Expect another warm day Saturday before showers ahead of the cold front. Showers with localized heavy rain develop Saturday evening as the front moves...