It'll Work For Most
Posted by Chris Lambert
So... the weather turned out ok for most of us yesterday, except for the Cape/Islands, now how about today?
There will be many dry hours today with hazy sun and clouds. As moisture to our south continues to drift north, a few showers and storms roll through the Cape and Islands this afternoon. Also, a few storms fire north and west of 495. What about the rest of us? It appears the rain chance is rather low. Sure, we could get a passing shower or storm in a few towns, but it'll take up a small portion of your time.
The dry weather fades tonight as the downpour chance increases. As the upper-level low to our northwest gets pushed back by a building ridge of high pressure in the Atlantic, the fire hose of moisture to our east has to come back through.
The train of showers and storms line up over us for Monday, and perhaps into parts of Tuesday before the Bermuda High is strong enough to kick much of the activity to our west. That'll happen by Wednesday with just a 30% chance of an afternoon storm from Wednesday on into next weekend. With more sunshine and a south wind, temps rise back into the mid to upper 80s and humidity stays high.