Saturday, July 14, 2007

Rockin' Storms Sunday Night

First, I want to talk about the storms that are possible with a cold front moving through SNE tomorrow afternoon and evening. Ahead of the cold front, clouds will build up and showers and thunderstorms, a few severe, will develop tomorrow, first in western and northern New England. The storms will likely start in upstate New York, migrate into northern Vermont and New Hampshire and try to survive the trip southeast into SNE. The best chance of seeing heavy thunderstorms will likely be better the farther north and west you go from Boston. Inside, south and east of Boston, the showers will likely fade to lighter showers, with a downpour possible, but no risk of severe weather.

After that we have a nice Monday before a little more unsettled weather with a stalled frontal system Tuesday and Wednesday before we clear out for later next week and will be basking in low humidity and warm temperatures by Thursday and Friday, and likely extending into next weekend.

The TROPICS, don't development to worry about for at least another 7 or more days.

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