Regardless of what happens over the next 2 days, the heatwave weather models are indicating for early next week remains on course. In fact it may come in a little faster with 90 degree temperatures popping up on Sunday away from ocean locations. The weather pattern is flipping 180 degrees going from a deep trough in the East to a big ridge in the East.
We have seen these extreme flips many times over the last 6 months or so. The difference now it seems is that the troughs in the East have been lasting longer and longer keeping it cool while the ridges seem to be lasting shorter and shorter. Right now it seems that we will be in the ridge position through Wednesday which will mean 3 or 4 days of 90 plus (depending on where you are). Of course there will be exceptions to this if you are along the shore particularly south facing shorelines like Long Island but the areas below 90 will probably be confined to the immediate coast...READ MORE AT http://www.meteorologistjoecioffi.com/index.php/2017/06/06/heatwave-next-week-remains-course/