A weather front that has been draped over New England has moved north as a warm front where it will stay through Thursday night. This is keeping us warm and humid with dewpoint temperatures in the upper-60s. This air will be with us Thursday and Thursday evening.
A low pressure system responsible for the tornado outbreaks in the Midwest will track into Quebec province of Canada. It will deliver a trailing cold front to us which is expected to arrive Friday morning. This means we can expect the same warm, humid conditions with pop-up afternoon thunderstorms tomorrow once again. Some showers start the day Friday as well, but drier air will work in over the weekend with sunshine returning Sunday into Monday.
TODAY: Afternoon periods of rain and thunderstorms, Humid. High 78.
TONIGHT: Periods of rain. Some thunder. Low 65.
FRIDAY: Morning showers, drying out in the afternoon, cooler. High 70.
SATURDAY: A drying breeze. Clouds with developing sun. High 68.
Forecast prepared by Meteorologist Nick Morganelli
periods of rain, t-storms
Showers to sun