Northeast Regional Beach Forecast for August 8-9 | NBC Connecticut

Northeast Regional Beach Forecast for August 8-9

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    Meteorologist Tyler Jankoski has your weekend beach forecast for the northeast region. (Published Sunday, Aug. 9, 2015)

    A large ocean storm will miss the northeast to the southeast this weekend, and that means mostly dry weather is expected. The most sunshine will be found on the Jersey shore and along Long Island Sound on Saturday, while and isolated shower can’t be ruled out on Cape Cod and in coastal Maine.

    The ocean storm stays well offshore Sunday, but a dip in the jet stream will enhance the lift in the atmosphere. That means more in the way of clouds, but still some sun. There can be a shower in eastern areas, such as Cape Cod and coastal Maine.

    Long Island Sound
    Saturday: Mostly sunny and comfortable. Highs: Lower-80s.
    Sunday: A mix of sun and clouds. Highs: Lower-80s.

    Newport
    Saturday: Dry with plenty of sunshine. Highs: Lower-80s.
    Sunday: A mix of sun and clouds. Highs: Upper-70s.

    Cape Cod
    Saturday: An abundance of clouds, some sun. A stray shower is possible. Highs: Upper-70s.
    Sunday: More clouds than sun. An isolated shower is possible. Highs: Lower-70s.

    Jersey Shore
    Saturday: Lots of sunshine! Highs: Upper-70s.
    Sunday: Partly cloudy, dry. Highs: Lower-80s.

    Coastal Maine
    Saturday: An abundance of clouds, some sun. An isolated shower is possible. Highs: Upper-70s.
    Sunday: More clouds than sun. A stray shower is possible. Highs: Lower-80s.

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