Some storms may be pulse-like in nature that produce torrential rainfall, gusty outflow wind gusts, small hail and frequent lightning. It will be warm and humid with lows in the low 70s. See 5% probability for severe winds below. The severe threat has lessened, but still there remains enough instability for a rogue strong storm. About a quarter to a half inch possible tomorrow.
Wednesday will see a 40 percent chance of showers after noon on an otherwise mostly sunny day with a high near 87 and a low around 66. Once again, scattered showers and thunderstorms for most of the day on Wednesday until around 1 AM.
How Much Rain Are We Getting?
Will We Ever See the Sun?
Tomorrow: Mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid 90s.
Mostly sunny, with a high near 95. There are signs of storms during this time according to one model however because the storms will be very isolated and the other model keeps the area will keep it out of the 8 day and the official forecast for now, just stay weather aware.
Mostly sunny, with a high near 97.
Friday: Mostly sunny, a slight chance of a stray shower mainly after 1 PM.
And the Fourth of July will be partly sunny with a high of 86 and a 30 percent chance of showers.
"Modest surface heating beneath an upper-level low has [led] to widely scattered thunderstorms across parts of southern New England".
Saturday night: Partly Cloudy with lows in the 70s. Meanwhile, it will be warm and humid today with high temperatures in the middle 80s and dew points in the upper 60s.
Monday night: Warm and muggy, some showers.