Very isolated thunderstorms developed Sunday afternoon, with some of the storms strong enough to cause pockets of wind damage in New Hampshire.
Overnight the showers and thunderstorms will continue to weaken, but fog will develop with this increasingly muggy air mass.
Monday will be mainly quiet, but a pop-up thunderstorm will be possible, especially in the mountains. Elsewhere, the weather will remain mainly dry, but very warm and very humid. Widespread thunderstorms are possible by Tuesday. A line of thunderstorms is expected to develop in western New England Tuesday late morning and then it will move toward the coast during the afternoon. A beneficial rain is likely, but some of the storms may become severe with damaging wind gusts.
Showers may linger in coastal Maine and southeastern Massachusetts Wednesday morning. Expect sunshine to return by Wednesday afternoon. Thursday and Friday will be the nicest days of the week. We’re expecting sunshine and seasonably warm temperatures.
Starting Saturday, it’s looking like we will enter into a very unsettled stretch of weather. Locally heavy rain will be possible along with strong to even severe thunderstorms. This stretch of weather may continue into that Tuesday.