By Alex Sosnowski, Expert Senior Meteorologist
September 10, 2014
The next round of drenching showers and the potential for gusty thunderstorms in the East is slated for Thursday.
The cool front producing the severe weather in the Midwest will not be as potent or moving as fast by the time it reaches the Appalachians and Interstate 95 corridor. However, the storms that reach the East may still pack a punch.
According to Senior Meteorologist Dave Dombek, “Since the front will be a bit slower reaching the East, temperatures will get a boost on Thursday in the I-95 corridor.”
Temperatures are forecast to climb well into the 80s, along with an uptick in humidity over much of the corridor on Thursday.
“The extra heating during the day has the potential to fuel heavy gusty thunderstorms in the East,” Dombek said.