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Strong Storms Possible In South Brunswick Tonight; Heavy Rains Thursday

Conditions are very hot and humid which are a few of the ingredients leading to an unstable atmosphere Wednesday afternoon in South Brunswick.

Strong Storms Possible In South Brunswick Tonight; Heavy Rains Thursday

From the National Weather Service:

Conditions are very hot and humid which are a few of the ingredients leading to an unstable atmosphere Wednesday afternoon in South Brunswick. 

A few storms are still expected to pop-up this late this afternoon and this evening, and with conditions as unstable as they are, very heavy rain and even localized gusty winds are possible in the event of a storm. T his threat runs mainly from 3 p.m. until 12 a.m. late tonight.

A bigger threat exists for very heavy rain and potential flooding comes later tomorrow and tomorrow night. This heavy rain threat comes ahead of the tropical system arthur which is expected to pass just off the coast late on the 4th.

SHORT TERM FORECAST

TO SUNSET

Hot and very humid.

Partly sunny. Scattered showers / storms may develop after 4PM. Localized heavy rain and gusty winds possible. S winds 7 – 15 mph, gusts to 20mph (40+ poss in storms) High 92 – 97

TONIGHT

Mostly cloudy and muggy with a few lingering showers or storms.

Severe storm threat diminished by 12AM.

Lows only 74-78

THURSDAY

Mostly cloudy and muggy. A stray morning shower possible, becoming more widespread in the afternoon with heavy t-storms

(flash flooding threat late).

S-SW winds 7 – 15 mph

High 85-90

THUR NIGHT

Mostly cloudy with a heavy showers / storms expected.

Continued flash flooding threat. Rainfall Thurs-Thurs Night 1-2”+

Low near 75

FRIDAY - 4TH OF JULY Perhaps an early shower, then partial clearing / breezy. High near 85 

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