Loving that lower humidity? Yah, me too, and it looks like it'll stick around over the next few days. If you liked yesterday's weather, you'll like today's weather as well as sunshine and low humidity combine for another comfortable summer's day as highs head for the 80-85 degree range. A gentle sea breeze kicks in during the afternoon holding beach temps in the upper 70s. While we didn't see a lot of rain yesterday, there was a passing shower or two across parts of New Hampshire and northern Mass in the afternoon. This afternoon, it's not out of the question to see a passing shower there again, but the majority of the day turns out dry.
As a spoke of energy with cold air aloft swings in across Southern New England tomorrow and that will allow for more pop-up showers or brief thunderstorms. While I don't expect widespread severe storms with large hail and damaging winds, there's quite a bit of cold air aloft, and that'll allow for a few of these showers/storms to contain gusty winds and pea sized hail. The farther northeast you go, the better chance for hail, especially eastern New Hampshire and Southern Maine. The most likely time frame for a passing shower/storm tomorrow is between 2-6pm.
The weekend overall looks decent. A bit cooler, with highs in the low to mid 70s at the coast and upper 70s inland. Saturday is dry and Sunday will feature more dry hours than wet, but a passing shower or thunderstorm can't be ruled out.
A few storms may be scattered about Monday before the heat and humidity surge back in mid-week. If you liked the 90 degree weather earlier in the week, we'll find it again by Tuesday-Thursday next week.
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