Monday June 13 – A strong storm is departing New England and is responsible for bringing in a new air mass for a few days. After a weekend with temps in the 90s, even though we never got the expected storms, the winds have shifted to bring in cooler, dry air. That will be the most noticeable element to make it feel event cooler. Temps should make it to the low 80s in central Maryland, but upper 70s in southern Pennsylvania. Winds will be gusting 20 to 30 mph. The next few mornings will drop into the 50s. We will turn the corner Wednesday night and Thursday as the next storm approaches. At this time, it should pas through for another dry weekend, then we watch for the potential for it to reemerge up the coast.