Tropical moisture will flow into New England for the second half of the weekend and make it feel like Florida. Sunday will run mostly cloudy and muggy. Highs will be 75-80. There will be showers and downpours, some heavy at times. 1-2" of rain is possible. The rate of rain will be intense at times which may lead to flash flooding in poor drainage areas. If you see a flooded street... turn around. There is also a low risk for a few strong thunderstorms which may bring gusty winds and even some brief rotation. Be aware and download our boston25 weather app. It will alert you if a warning goes into place in your area. There will be dry times too, but expect an ongoing threat for a passing shower, downpour and even a thunderstorm through the day.
Not the best beach day, but if you are headed to the south coast, Cape and Islands a HIGH SURF ADVISORY has been issued for the ocean exposed beaches on Sunday. 6-9 Ft breakers are possible along with dangerous rip currents. Check in with local life guards before heading into the water.
Monday will be similar with periods of scattered rain with some improvement later in the day along the east coast. Tuesday and Wednesday may bring a lull to many local towns with the focus of rain shifting over western New England. It will be warm and humid with highs in the 80s. A cold front will then move through the area on Thursday bringing widespread showers and storms.
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