It won’t rain all day, each of the next two days, but we do have the risk of scattered showers and storms through Monday.
The first shot of these scattered showers and storms comes in late this morning and early this afternoon as a warm front approaches from the west. With high humidity in place, it doesn’t take much for locally strong storms to fire with gusty winds, heavy rain and frequent lightning, so if you have outdoor activities planed, keep in mind there may a time or two throughout the day that you’ll need to head indoors. The Storm Prediction Center does have southern New England in the “slight risk” area for severe thunderstorms, so we’ll have to watch what develops through the day. I can’t rule out late afternoon/early evening storms today, but there may be some lulls in the action around that time.
There’s a renewed chance of showers and storms late overnight/early Monday before some midday breaks occur Monday. Those midday breaks in the action will yield to more scattered showers and storms that develop, this time, along and out ahead of a cold front. Some storms may again be strong, so we’ll keep an eye on it. That cold front sweeps through Monday evening, lowering the humidity and drying us out for much of the upcoming work week.
It’s a busy time of year with many outdoor activities planned, if you want mobile access to the radar, it’ll be a good time to use the 7Weather app. I’ll do my best to update storm trends/locations on twitter as well through @clamberton7.
Be safe, and have a good Sunday.