Today's Weather: Showers And Storms

Showers, thunderstorms on tap for a hot, humid Sunday afternoon

Showers, thunderstorms on tap for a hot, humid Sunday afternoon

The severe threat has lessened, but still there remains enough instability for a rogue strong storm. Storms may include heavy downpours and gusty wind. It will be warm and humid with lows in the low 70s.

TUESDAY: Partly cloudy, warm, and humid. South southwest wind 5 to 10 miles per hour.

Wednesday could see an uptick in rain chances due to a nearby front with afternoon storm chances.

Skies will be mostly clear overnight.

As of midafternoon, the agency had issued a series of severe thunderstorm warnings and fielded reports of flooding, wind damage, and quarter to half-dollar-sized hail in MA.

How Much Rain Are We Getting?

From now until Thursday afternoon, around 2-3 inches possible. That's a lot of water for only a few days!

Tuesday: More clouds, some showers, muggy.

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Tomorrow (Monday): Mostly sunny and warm again on Monday, but with a noticeable drop in humidity levels.

We still have a chance of showers and storms on Thursday, lasting until around 8 PM.

Friday: Mostly sunny, a slight chance of a stray shower mainly after 1 PM.

THURSDAY: Partly cloudy. Very warm and muggy. Highs in the low 90s.

Storm chances will go up a bit for the Fourth of July holiday weekend.

Saturday night: Partly Cloudy with lows in the 70s. High temperatures will peak right around 90 degrees again, but a north wind will help usher in some drier air at all levels of the atmosphere, which means it won't feel almost as muggy as it did over the weekend.

Sunday: Mostly sunny, a better chance of showers and storms, but still a slim chance.

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