A stormy start to the weekend, with lightning, flooding and hail across New England, and there’s more unsettled weather ahead.
Hail was as large as golf ball sized in parts of Rhode Island on Saturday, with flooding and lightning reported around Boston. Winds also gusted 50-60 MPH in the city near Logan Airport.
The storms will slowly die down tonight, with partial clearing. It will stay very humid with lows in the 60s to around 70.
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Sunday will start quiet with some sunshine, but more storms will develop as yet another disturbance pivots through the area.
The risk of strong to severe storms will be highest from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The storms will again produce heavy rain, lightning and likely hail.
At night the storms and rain will move out as less humid air works in.
That will set us up for a beautiful Monday, with lots of sunshine and low humidity. Highs in the 70s to around 80.
A few showers or downpours may swing through early on Tuesday, with highs in the 80s after that, but the mid-week timeframe looks great for July 4th! Expect building humidity, and warming temperatures, as highs climb into the 80s.