A robust area of low pressure and its attending boundaries will clash with a juicy air mass today. It will result in heavy rains and isolated strong to severe storms by the afternoon. Please remain weather aware.

Temperatures are in the 60s this morning and dew point readings are acting similarly. It’s a mild and muggy morning with isolated showers and downpours bubbling up especially across southern Vermont and New Hampshire.

The afternoon will offer up a marginal to slight risk for strong to severe thunderstorms. Fueling the threat for that severe weather will be juicy dew point readings and high humidity along with some winds twisting with height. Temperatures will will warm into the middle to upper 70s, which certainly help those storms to form. Damaging winds, hail, torrential downpours, and an isolated tornado are possible with today’s storms.

Wednesday will feature a couple leftover showers and clouds as a trailing trough of low pressure moves through. Highs will manage the upper 60s to low 70s with a gradual easing of humidity throughout the afternoon and evening. Once that comfortable air moves in, the rainfall will end. Totals will average 1 to 3 inches by Wednesday night.