It feels a whole lot like it’s supposed to feel on a Long Island summer day.
With Wednesday bringing mostly sunny skies and daily highs in the low 80s, National Weather Service meteorologist Tim Morrin says it’s “really a seasonable mid-July day.”
The chance for showers comes early Thursday, in the overnight hours, Morrin says.
The service’s Upton office said warm and humid air remains across the Northeast for the next few days because of a southerly flow, the same flow that could bring some showers overnight.
News 12 Long Island meteorologist Rich Hoffman called for some late-day clouds with Wednesday night turning mostly cloudy. Expect overnight lows near 70 degrees.
“Thursday will be partly sunny with some scattered showers and thunderstorms,” Hoffman said.
Once again, warm and humid. he said. Daily highs are near 85.