Happy Wednesday!

We saw another warm, sunny and comfortable afternoon out there. We’re tracking increasing cloud coverage that will stick around through the first half of the night and then gradually clear out by dawn.

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Skies stay dry this evening, but a quick disturbance passing to our north early tonight could bring a brief isolated shower near midnight.

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Skies clear after that, with lows in the low 60s by dawn.

As for the humidity, it remains comfortable for tomorrow, but muggy air moves in on a breezy southwest wind on Friday.

A cold front will slowly slide across southern New England on Saturday and Saturday night, bringing the risk for scattered showers and an isolated thunderstorm. These will be hit-or-miss, so a total “washout” isn’t anticipated.

The rest of the 4th of July weekend looks dry.

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