Another spectacular day is on tap for the Fourth of July, capping off what has been an amazing stretch of New England weather.
Temperatures will top out in the 80s to near 90 degrees on Monday with the help of a southwest wind. That wind will act as a seabreeze along the South Coast of New England, and along parts of the Maine coast. Highs will be around 80 there as a result. It will become a bit breezier during the afternoon on Cape Cod and the Islands with winds 10-20 MPH.
Late in the afternoon a few showers or downpours will clip far Northern Maine, while some high clouds advance into Southern New England from a separate system.
Around the time of evening fireworks expect temperatures to be in the 70s.
Clouds continue to thicken tonight while showers and downpours spread into New England after midnight. That wet weather will continue off and on into tomorrow morning in Southern New England, with the most sunshine found in Northern New England. The afternoon will bring improving conditions, but building humidity.
Temperatures will be in the 80s and low 90s from mid to late week, and moderate to high humidity will persist as well. Scattered showers and storms will also be part of the forecast during that time.