One more round of pop-up storms today, then a break in this humid stretch of weather.
A line of strong to severe thunderstorms crossed New England from west to east yesterday, leaving dozens of damage reports from wind and hail, along with localized flooding.
Storms weakened in eastern New England last evening, but the front from yesterday is still with us this morning...our air is still sticky with patchy dense fog burning off the a warm humid mix of clouds and sunshine, high in the 80s.
Though there is not as much threat for damaging storms as yesterday, spotty storms are possible at any time, perhaps with locally heavy rain and wind, and of course lightning.
Much less humid air moves in from Canada tonight with nice weather for tomorrow and Monday with sunshine and highs in the 80s, the dew point cools to the 50s.
The tropical connection returns Tuesday along with the threat for pop-up storms most days this week into next weekend.