Coastal Fog Overnight
Afternoon Storms (Inland) Tomorrow
Not nearly as hot. not nearly as humid for today…but it was still warm/hot and it will remain warm overnight. Low 70s with coastal fog.
Thursday, partly sunny with isolated afternoon thunderstorms. Much less of a chance of storms for coastal locations, higher chance inland. (Central and Northern R.I. and Northern Bristol County in SE MA). Temps around 90°. Thursday night, afternoon storms fizzle through the evening. Another chance for showers after midnight for coastal locations. Low to mid 70s.
Friday. spot shower or storm, otherwise partly sunny and still warm/hot. 80s to near 90°. Friday night, partly cloudy. Low 70s.
Saturday, mostly sunny and warm/hot. 80s to near 90°. Saturday night, mostly cloudy. Low 70s.
Sunday, scattered showers and thunderstorms. Low to mid 80s.
Monday, a mix of sun and clouds. Low to mid 80s.
Tuesday and Wednesday, forecast dependent on what happen with Potential Tropical Cyclone Nine. Eventual name will be Isaias (Pronounced: ees-ah-EE-ahs) Long range forecast models do have the storm making it to Florida by the weekend. Long range models also having the storm weaken, but the remnant rainfall associated with the system would lift North along the East Coast. This could be an exceptional opportunity to get much needed rainfall and also not having an actual hurricane or tropical storm impact our area. Stay tuned to ABC6 for the latest. Based on long range forecast models, I have rain in the forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday. How heavy the rainfall will be is still unknown, but again any rain is needed. Low to mid 80s.
ABC6 Stormtracker, Jeff Desnoyers