The heat will ease, but the humidity will hang on. That’s the bottom line of this week’s weather outlook, which may also feature some heavy rain and flooding, according to forecasters… Today’s ongoing hot and humid weather comes amid another dry spell in much of New Jersey, which was extremely dry in May – the third-driest May on record, according to state climatologist David A. Robinson. Soaking rains in June – the fourth-wettest on record – erased drought concerns for the time being. Meanwhile, a tropical cyclone may form soon in the eastern Atlantic, according to the National Hurricane Center… Robinson, the New Jersey state climatologist who is based at Rutgers University, said "we expect a couple of weeks during summer where the rain turns off and you’re up in (the) 80s to 90. In May, it was more unseasonable because it was the third-warmest May (on record), so we had early season warmth."
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