Remember Sunday? We will have more of the same on Monday although probably not quite as many showers. Some patchy dense fog will be out there this morning, especially for inland areas (like northern Bristol County Mass) that were soaked by the rain on Sunday.
The chance of showers and downpours increases late morning into the afternoon. That’s because an offshore warm front will nudge north into our area.
Any shower or downpour could be quite heavy leading to the potential of localized street flooding.
Overnight into early Tuesday morning, the threat for scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue, although the downpours may not be as heavy.
Tuesday presents an interesting weather pattern: there will be a few more ingredients for the potential of severe thunderstorms (storms with damaging wind gusts). However, the more frequent showers and thunderstorms may set up to our north and west, leaving our area with just occasional showers or thunderstorms.
Stay tuned for changes when it comes to Tuesday. The computer models have had a tough time tracking the exact timing of the showers, so the more updated information you can get, the better.
Humidity stays with us for most of the week. It backs off a little today, although it’s still muggy. Oppressive humidity returns Tuesday, but then back off a bit Wednesday. But then it returns for the end of the week.
You get the idea….it’s either going to be humid or VERY humid this week with no “clean break” form the humidity.