Storms Push Through New England

Another unsettled weekend ahead

Tornado warnings that were declared in Cheshire County and Hillsborough County in New Hampshire expired at 8:15 p.m. Friday.

Much of New England had threats of severe thunderstorm and flooding during parts of the evening and into the night.

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Scattered downpours and thunderstorms are moving through New England this afternoon and evening, bringing heavy rain, lightning, and isolated wind damage.

This occasional activity will continue off and on tonight with lows in the 60s and 70s.

Then the weekend actually looks very similar to last weekend. That means it will be rather dull, with lots of clouds, but there will be plenty of dry hours to be outside.

Saturday will feature highs in the 70s and 80s with spot showers and storms during the morning most widespread north of Boston. The risk of a storm is the highest south of Boston during the afternoon.

Sunday will also be mostly cloudy, but cooler thanks to a stiff wind coming in off the water. Highs will only be in the 70s. A few spot showers or a little drizzle will be possible right along the South Coast, Cape, and Islands in particular, but most will be dry.

Monday is similarly cool and mostly cloudy with a touch of drizzle or a spot shower, especially south.

We warm and turn brighter by Tuesday.

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