Rain chances up tomorrow, but most stay dry — FIRST ALERT FORECAST

Jul 01, 2019, 00:03
Rain chances up tomorrow, but most stay dry — FIRST ALERT FORECAST

The Storm Prediction Center has placed a bulls-eye around southern New England in the "slight" risk of severe weather. It will, however, gradually start to become sunny as the day goes on.

The humidity will drop on Sunday. Showers/thunderstorms moving southeast 10 to 20 miles per hour will become a little more numerous late this afternoon with brief heavy downpours, lightning, gusty winds and small hail likely in some of the strongest storms.

Very warm and humid as we head into the week of the 4th of July. Higher chances for showers and storms return on Tuesday. You have a 50% chance to see pop up showers and isolated storms. Highs reach into the low and mid 80s, and it will feel muggy.

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SUNDAY: Clouds & sun, less humid, chance for a scattered shower/storm, not as warm. Highs are in the mid and upper 70s.

MONDAY: Mostly sunny. High: Near 80.

Rain chances will be 40 percent leading up to Independence Day Thursday, but Thursday will stay mainly dry with only a few isolated showers possible.

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Tomorrow: Sunny and hot again. Sunny skies for the afternoon will warm temperatures into the mid and upper 90s.

Tue: High: 91 Low: 72 Partly cloudy.

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