From R.J. Heim:
After strong to at times Severe thunderstorms raked across Southern New England, there'll be lingering showers tonight, possibly a flash of lightning, but most storms are diminishing in intensity and will taper off overnight. Skies clear towards sunrise, leaving us with delightfully drier air through the end of the week. Saturday right now looks like the pick of the weekend with hazy sun, more humid conditions, before rain arrives Sunday.
TUESDAY OVERNIGHT: Hazy, warm, muggy, showers, isolated thunderstorm, all taper. Low: near 68-72.
WEDNESDAY: Clearing, sunny, drier, warm. High: 83-87, even along the coast with a land breeze.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Clear, dry, comfy. Low: 55-60.
THURSDAY: Sunny, tad drier and cooler. High: low 80's.
FRIDAY: Sun, to hazy filtered sun, tad more humid. High: mid-upper 80's inland, near 80 coast.
SATURDAY: Hazy filtered sun, warm, humid, increasing clouds, some overnight showers. High: low-mid 80's.
SUNDAY: Rain likely, breezy, muggy. High: mid 70's.
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy, hazy warm and humid, chance showers and/or thunderstorms. High: low 80's.
TUESDAY 7/24: Hazy sun, warm, humid. High: near 90, 80 coast.
WEDNESDAY 7/25 THROUGH FRIDAY 7/27: Hazy sun, warm, humid, some showers and/or thunderstorms possible. High: mid-upper 80's
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