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As an upper-level low finally departs from the northeastern US midweek, that will make room for a ridge of high pressure — albeit weak — to creep up the East Coast late-week, allowing for above average temperatures and higher humidity. Some cities in the I-95 corridor, especially from the New York City to Washington, DC areas may even experience a heat wave, which is when temperatures are of at least 90 degrees for 3 consecutive days. Wednesday will be a much drier day across the region with sunshine more present opposed to the clouds and showers. The only exception will be across parts of New England and Upstate New York where a few passing showers and storms will still be possible. Nonetheless, temperatures will be upwards of 2 to 10 degrees above average region-wide, translating to highs in the low to mid 80s inland to the upper 80s and low…