On Wednesday, New York City and New Jersey will experience much relief as the back door front will slide through these areas later tonight and cause a low-level wind shift to an onshore direction. Temperatures today have peaked in the middle 90’s across the NYC metro area and will likely be confined to the middle 70’s on Wednesday in that location as well as throughout the state of New Jersey. As the back door front pushes farther to the southwest, its impact is more limited. While there will be some relief on Wednesday in Philly, it won’t be as dramatic as in Boston or NYC. Temperatures today peaked in the lower 90’s across the Philly metro region and will likely confined to the 80’s on Wednesday. In the DC metro area, the impact of any back door cool frontal passage will be hardly noticeable as temperatures tomorrow will likely head back to the lower 90’s.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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