Saturday was another stormy day across New England. There were roughly three dozen power outages across New England. Thousands of residents were without power in parts of Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.
Sunday will be much nicer. The majority of New England will stay dry. High temperatures will reach the 80s in most communities.
Monday, high pressure will stay situated over New England. Sunny skies, relatively low humidity will prevail. Clouds may increase late in the day with an approaching warm front.
Tuesday through the remainder of the week will feature increased humidity with more downpours and thunderstorms. It’s too early to tell who and where the heaviest rain will fall.
Next weekend, fingers crossed, we turn a bit quieter. At this point, the weekend looks fairly quiet. If you don’t like this humidity, unfortunately it could make a comeback that following week. As of right now, there is no real break in sight.
It’s been a long, unsettled and muggy stretch across New England.
But it’s finally coming to an end. Saturday is still humid with highs in the 80s. We’ll see a mix of sun and clouds, with a few pop up downpours and storms during the afternoon. The wet weather will fizzle tonight as clouds clear and humidity drops.
That sets us up for a great Sunday. Sunshine will be widespread for the second half of the weekend, with lower humidity and highs in the 80s.
Monday is the same, as the beautiful weather continues. Tuesday brings a return to humidity with a few pop up storms, especially far west. Much of the week after that point will be similar to this past week—muggy with occasional storms. No day will be a washout.