While it's true that Memorial Day & July 4th were unacceptable for outdoor summer plans, our summer weekends thus far have been absolutely stellar with yesterday the latest in a string of Sunday Funday weather. Let's hope the pattern holds for 8 more weeks!
As for this week, thankfully I'm tracking nameless weather systems! The only player is a cool front that will offer up some widely scattered thunderstorms late tomorrow afternoon well inland (Berkshires to Monadnock region of N.H.) with a higher chance of late day t-storms for interior New England on Wednesday. Until that nameless front arrives late Wednesday afternoon it's all about the heat & building humidity with daytime temps near 90 and dewpoint temps near 70 (muggy).
After the rumbles pass through here on Wednesday evening it's back into more comfortable air by late week.
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