An abundance of clouds will prohibit any large thunderstorm outbreak today, though with a few breaks of sun, a storm can come through this afternoon.
Temperatures will stay in the 70s for most today and it will be humid.
A cold front is on the approach, so glorious weather isn’t far away.
Tomorrow looks marvelous with lots of sun, a few puffy clouds and temperatures near 80 degrees. The humidity will be gone, at least for the day.
A warm front lifts north over the region on Thursday, bringing a mix of clouds and sunshine. Temperatures will be in the 70s.
There can be a shower on Friday morning as yet another cold front comes through, but the timing isn’t right for big thunderstorms. It should be a harmless passage.
The rest of Friday features improving conditions. It will be a great evening for outdoor plans as the humidity will be nonexistent.
An early look at the weekend shows primarily dry conditions, though there can be a storm on Sunday and temperatures will be in the 80s inland, 70s at the shore.
What about the tropics? The second named storm of the season, Bill, is making landfall on the Texas coastline today.
More than a foot of rain is possible in portions of eastern Texas, exactly where more rain isn’t needed after a deluge a few weeks back. That moisture heads in the direction of New England early next week.
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