As cleanup from yesterday’s storms continues, we’re not out of the woods yet. A second round of showers and thunderstorms pops up today, though overall the intensity should be much lower. Expect a partly sunny sky with a high temp in the low 80s and a still very muggy feel to the air.
Between midday and around 10 PM to midnight, scattered showers bubble up, with a focus for t’storms primarily over eastern and southern Vermont into New Hampshire. That doesn’t mean a storm couldn’t pop up elsewhere, it’s just that these are the most likely areas to get slammed by some rough weather Wednesday.
Storms may capable of producing strong wind gusts and heavy downpours, in addition to frequent lightning. Tonight, a cold front swings through with clearing skies into Thursday morning, though patchy fog develops, and a low temp around 60 degrees.
August then gets underway with significantly less humidity and high temps in the upper 70s. Mostly sunny. Light north wind. Not much changes then day-to-day as the weekend approaches, except for the temp returning to the low 80s.
Have a great day! Stay weather vigilant!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault