Hazy, hot, and humid weather starts Friday and continues right through the Fourth of July.
Highs on Friday will generally be 85 to 90, with lots of sunshine. The exception will be in parts of New Hampshire and Maine, where a few pop-up downpours and storms develop.
It will then be a muggy, uncomfortable night for sleeping, with lows in the 60s and 70s. If you have air conditioning, it’ll be a good time to flip that on and keep it on for days to come.
Saturday, we’ll see highs 90 to 95 across much of New England, with plenty of sunshine. Once more, a few pop-up storms will develop in far Northern New England. A southwest wind will also keep the South Coast, Cape, and Islands in the 80s.
Sunday brings more of the same, with hot and humid weather all around. A slight wind off the water will keep the coast in the 80s, with highs well into 90s inland. Factor in the humidity and it will feel like it’s close to 100.
Highs in the 80s and 90s will persist into next week, with a few more pop up storms possible around the holiday. All of that activity looks hit and miss in nature at this point, and fairly typical of summer.