Election Day weather: Earlier the better!

    Showers and storms approach from the west Thursday afternoon

    Weather is always front and center on Election Day and this year is certainly no different!

    Although there may be some fog and drizzle in some areas across southern New England Tuesday morning, it's not until the afternoon when the weather turns downhill.

    Tuesday morning's weather looks relatively dry

    A storm system will lift to our north Tuesday evening, forcing a warm front into our south coast.

    Strong storm system pressing into New England will bring some locally heavy showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening

    This front should become the focus for some locally heavy showers and scattered thunderstorms, mainly Tuesday afternoon into the evening.

    Showers and storms approach from the west Thursday afternoon

    The Thursday evening commute *MAY* include some locally heavy rain and scattered thunderstorms

    Of course, polls in Rhode Island AND Massachusetts close at 8 p.m., so if you choose to vote in the late afternoon or early evening, chances are you may have to contend with the showers and scattered thunderstorms.

    Earlier in the day, weather conditions look a bit less active.

    Tuesday's forecast features showers and the chance of thunderstorms for the afternoon and evening

    Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms are possible across ALL of southern New England Tuesday

    So, all the best Tuesday, and keep an eye on the forecast.

    We are here to keep you updated every step of the way!

    Thanks for reading, Mark

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