It was a warm, humid day across the region. Showers and thunderstorms will taper off later on this evening and overnight. Some fog will develop at the coast.
Sunday is looking quieter, but hot and humid with high temperatures approaching 90 degrees in most communities. It's possible one or two towns may see an isolated thunderstorm during the afternoon. Don't expect storms to be as widespread as they were Saturday.
The back door cold front that moved through today will move back to the north Monday as a warm front.
Additional showers and thunderstorms are possible throughout the rest of the week. Better rain chances look to develop during the day on Friday. It's possible that the remains of either Marco or Laura could move in.
We desperately need the rain with many locations in New England experiencing severe drought conditions and rainfall deficits approaching 10 inches since January 1.