Flash Flood Watch Through This Evening

We do have the chance for  rainfall rates between 1-2″ per hour, which could lead to flooding on roadways throughout the evening commute.


We’ve got another round of patchy fog this AM, but today’s fog looks to be more of an inconvenience than yesterday’s. Patchy fog this AM is a bit more widespread and locally dense than yesterday, especially south of Route 128. You’ll notice pretty quickly that today is a downright soupy one. Dewpoints are at 69° this morning in Boston, which may force those with lovely locks to resort to the ponytail.

Temps are in the mid-80s for most today. We bring back the likely chance for scattered showers and t’storms today, especially as we head into this afternoon through the evening commute. Today’s storms bring the threat for downpours. Very heavy rain looks to be the main concern, as these slow moving storms deliver heavy rainfall for a longer duration of time. While I can’t rule out a few showers/iso. storms for the Cape & the Islands, the best chance for this wet weather stays NW of I-95.

Today’s storms are also capable of gusty winds, and small hail. We the bulk of our wet and stormy weather is out of here by 9-10 PM, with partly to mostly cloudy skies through the overnight hour (and temps in the mid to upper-60s).


Next two days bring back the slight chance for some PM spot showers/iso. t’storms. Good news is, it won’t be a washout either day & we still get in on partly sunny skies!



Grab the umbrella, and good luck battling today’s humidity!