High pressure easing east of New England allows for limited sunshine Wednesday as temperatures warm to the lower 80s, a little cooler at the south-facing shore with the wind from 15 to 20 mph. Clouds increasing as the day goes on, with showers possible in Vermont later in the day.
Low pressure coming at us from the west and the south Wednesday night and Thursday generates occasional rain, and possibly a few thunderstorms. Some parts of New England may have appreciable rain in the order of 1/2 to 1 inch. Humidity also builds, with the dewpoint close to 70 degrees.
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Fog and drizzle are possible, mild and muggy for Wednesday night, low temperature near 70 degrees.
High pressure returns with sunshine coming back Friday, temperatures warm back to the 80s.
Hot weather is likely to arrive for the weekend, with plenty of sunshine, high temperature in the low to mid-90s, cooler at the shore with a possible onshore breeze.
We probably have fog forming near the coast each night, slowly burning off each day.
The next front arrives Tuesday, July 3 with increasing clouds and a chance of thunderstorms, the high temperature still close to 90 degrees.
July 4 may feature fog to sunshine, with thunderstorms in the afternoon & evening, temperatures likely close to 90 degrees.