Goodbye July

 Last day of July will be fairly nice. Not wicked heat, humidity or washout rains. We (as in me) are tracking a tiny little weather system, now in New York State, that will will slide up through western-northern New England this afternoon. I think this system is too far away to crash our sunshine party here along the coast but farther inland there will be a few isolated showers/t-storms. Looks like the Worcester hills, Berkshires & Monadnock region of NH are areas that run the risk of some afternoon storms. I’m not expecting any severe weather in those locations but a few strong storms are possible out in the Berkshires up to the Lakes Region of NH later today. For the rest of us, a great summer day.

Tomorrow offers similar weather—sun/cloud combo with an even lower chance of afternoon showers across western & northern New England. Great day for outdoor activities with seasonal temps & low humidity.

The weekend is a bit of a downer as it looks unsettled. Our models are having a tough time resolving this unsettled stretch of weather but it appears an increase in humidity, clouds & showers for both days. It appears Saturday may be the clunker day with clouds all day and a burst of steady, occasionally heavy, rain for much of the region. Furthermore, it looks like the batch of widespread rain may be focused during the morning hours with just an isolated shower or 3. Sunday should offer some sunshine and many dry hours but still the risk of an isolated shower during the afternoon. Both days look humid.

Further fine tuning of that rain timeline happens later today & tomorrow.

Stay classy.

~JR

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