Does appear the long term discussion was updated later on.
.LONG TERM /FRIDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY/...
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Friday should be the warmest of the days in the forecast period as the area sits underneath a passing upper level ridge, with H8 temps approaching 19C. This should support high temps reaching at least the lower and mid 90s from NYC north/west and across the interior CT river valley, with 80s elsewhere. Dewpoints will be high enough to take the max heat index into the mid 90s across much of the NYC metro area and especially NE NJ for just one day. With the ridge moving east and presence of a weak lee trough to the west, expect sct showers/tstms to develop over ern PA and move E toward western portions of the area during the late afternoon and early evening, then become more widespread late Fri night into Sat morning with the approach of a cold front, and as heights aloft fall E of the departing ridge and on the S periphery of a deep closed low Ontario and Quebec and centered near James Bay. Sat has some potential for tstms with severe wx and localized flooding given a potentially unstable air mass with steep low level lapse rates ahead of an approaching cold front, bulk 0-6 km shear of 35-40 kt, and PW increasing to near 2 inches. Deep moisture may be pulling out to the S in the afternoon as instability maximizes, which may favor severe wx over flooding or take the main threat just south of the area, but it still too early to know for certain. The front should sink to the south Sat night into Sunday morning, with mainly dry wx returning by Sunday afternoon and lasting into Monday (Independence Day). The front will remain not too far off to the south, with precip chances returning from Mon night into the mid week period as weak disturbances move along it.
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