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After some heavy thunderstorms moved through part of the area earlier, it will be quiet overnight. There may be some patchy fog moving into the early morning hours of Sunday.
Sunday will also be warm and humid with a chance of showers and thunderstorms, but the chance on Sunday will be lower than on Saturday. Highs on Sunday will be in the upper 80s inland…lows 80s at the south coast.
Here is list of some of the damage caused by the thunderstorms on Saturday. This is courtesy The National Weather Service. The most damage was in eastern Massachusetts where several severe thunderstorms likely caused damage with very strong downdrafts.
0430 PM TSTM WND DMG MIDDLEBOROUGH 41.90N 70.93W 08/22/2020 PLYMOUTH MA AMATEUR RADIO MULTIPLE TREES DOWN ON KOA CAMPGROUND, FALLING ON CABINS, CAMPERS AND VEHICLES. PHOTO CONFIRMED. 0430 PM TSTM WND DMG MIDDLEBOROUGH 41.90N 70.93W 08/22/2020 PLYMOUTH MA AMATEUR RADIO TREE DOWN ON HOUSE ON PLYMOUTH ST WITH BRANCH PIERCING THE ROOF. 0430 PM TSTM WND DMG MIDDLEBOROUGH 41.90N 70.93W 08/22/2020 PLYMOUTH MA AMATEUR RADIO LARGE TREE DOWN ON WIRES ON WAREHAM ST AT MARGERY ST 0443 PM TSTM WND DMG WAREHAM 41.75N 70.72W 08/22/2020 PLYMOUTH MA AMATEUR RADIO TREE DOWN ON MAIN ST 0510 PM TSTM WND DMG SCITUATE 41.80N 71.62W 08/22/2020 PROVIDENCE RI AMATEUR RADIO TREES DOWN ON TUNK HILL RD