Fall air has arrived to New England –- at least the first installment. With a continued northeast and northerly wind this weekend, each day will be a bit cooler than the one previous until we clear the weekend.
The hot, humid stretch of weather in New England is now over. Much cooler, crisp feeling air is now following in for the weekend.
Thunderstorms left damage Thursday afternoon in parts of Massachusetts.
Authorities in Webster believe lightning caused a house fire on Day Lane. The fire chief says the call came in after a lightning strike.
After reaching a record high of 95 on Thursday in Boston, the heat and humidity is breaking. That break in the heat comes with downpours and storms as a cold front slides through New England.
Severe thunderstorm warnings have been issued for parts of eastern Massachusetts.
Thursday will be very hot and humid, so be sure to stay hydrated.
Although today’s air is humid by any standard in most of New England, it’s surely less humid than we’ve experienced in the last several days and many of us will notice the difference, albeit slight.
Humidity will creep back in throughout the day. Much of the region will be dry, but we can’t rule out a shower or thunderstorm in northern New England.
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While it won’t be quite as hot as Labor Day, Tuesday is still going to be much above average and sticky as a cold front slides through New England.
Morning lows will start the day in the 70s, but by afternoon...
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