One-Week Forecast

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    Mostly Cloudy 66°
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    • 49°
    Mostly Cloudy
  2. Sat 06/10
    Partly Sunny
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    Partly Sunny
  3. Sun 06/11
    Chance Rain Showers
    • 83°
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  4. Mon 06/12
    Rain Showers
    • 78°
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  5. Tue 06/13
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  6. Wed 06/14
    Rain Showers Likely
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  7. Thu 06/15
    Chance Rain Showers
    • 78°
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Storm Watch: System With Gusty Winds Could Include Hail As Poor Air Quality Improves Storm Watch: System With Gusty Winds Could Include Hail As Poor Air Quality Improves
Storm Watch: System With Gusty Winds Could Include Hail As Poor Air Quality Improves An upper-level low-pressure system will bring isolated to scattered thunderstorms across the region, some of which could be severe. A few storms may bring heavy rain, gusty winds, and small hail a half-inch or less in diameter, according to the National Weather Service. The time frame for storm activity is from around midday until late in the evening on Friday, June 9. Poor air quality conditions that have lingered for much of the week due to smoke from Canadian wildfires will steadily improve during the afternoon on Friday, which will see a high temperature of around 70 degrees. Saturday…
Unhealthy Air: Here's How To Check Conditions In Your Area Caused By Canadian Wildfires' Smoke Unhealthy Air: Here's How To Check Conditions In Your Area Caused By Canadian Wildfires' Smoke
Unhealthy Air: Here's How To Check Conditions In Your Area Caused By Canadian Wildfires' Smoke Widespread smoke from Canadian wildfires continue to bring hazardous air quality levels across the region. Air quality levels in outdoor air are predicted to be greater than an Air Quality Index value of 100 for the pollutant of fine particulates again on Thursday, June 8, according to the National Weather Service.   "The higher the AQI value, the greater the health concern," said the weather service. The check air quality conditions in your area, visit AirNow.gov by clicking here. More than 8 million acres of land has already burned in what already is Canada…
Air Quality Alert: Widespread Smoke From Canadian Wildfires Lingers Throughout Region Air Quality Alert: Widespread Smoke From Canadian Wildfires Lingers Throughout Region
Air Quality Alert: Widespread Smoke From Canadian Wildfires Lingers Throughout Region An Air Quality Alert is in effect for much of the Northeast as smoke drifting south from more than 400 Canadian wildfires lingers. Air quality levels in outdoor air are predicted to be greater than an Air Quality Index value of 100 for the pollutant of fine particulates, according to the National Weather Service.   "The higher the AQI value, the greater the health concern," said the weather service. More than 8 million acres of land has already burned in what already is Canada's worst wildfire season in history.  That's way above the normal 600,000 acres…
Line Of Thunderstorms, Some Severe, Sweeping Through Region Line Of Thunderstorms, Some Severe, Sweeping Through Region
Line Of Thunderstorms, Some Severe, Sweeping Through Region A line of thunderstorms, some severe, is sweeping through the region from the west to the east in the middle of the afternoon on Tuesday, June 6. Some of the storms could produce gusty winds of up to 60 miles per hour, quarter-size hail and rumbles of thunder, the National Weather Service said. Scattered showers and storm activity are expected to continue into the middle of the evening. Unsettled weather will stay in place on Wednesday, June 7, and Thursday, June 8. TonightA 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms before 8pm. Widespread haze. Areas of smoke. Mostly clear, with…
Spotty Showers, Storms Possible: Here's What To Expect Spotty Showers, Storms Possible: Here's What To Expect
Spotty Showers, Storms Possible: Here's What To Expect A stretch of dry, comfortable days will be followed by the arrival of an unsettled weather pattern that will include separate chances for showers and thunderstorms. Tuesday, June 6 will be partly sunny and warmer, with the temperature rising into the upper 70s. It will be hazy as a result of more smoke from Canadian wildfires. A trough of low pressure may also trigger a few scattered showers starting late in the morning followed by the chance for thunderstorms, according to the National Weather Service. The time frame for possible storms is from the mid-afternoon through the midd…
Unsettled Stretch Will Bring Separate Chances For Showers, Storms: Here's What To Expect Unsettled Stretch Will Bring Separate Chances For Showers, Storms: Here's What To Expect
Unsettled Stretch Will Bring Separate Chances For Showers, Storms: Here's What To Expect A stretch of dry, comfortable days will be followed by the arrival of an unsettled weather pattern that will include separate chances for showers and thunderstorms. Sunday, June 4 will be mainly cloudy with some peeks of sun and continued cool with a high temperature in the low 60s, according to the National Weather Service. There will be a mix of clouds and sun on Monday, June 5, with a high in the low 70s. The unsettled stretch will arrive on Tuesday, June 6, which will be partly sunny and warmer, with the temperature climb to a high in the upper 70s.  There will be a chance o…
Rounds Of Storms Bring Big Shift In Temperatures, Cool, Comfortable Weekend Rounds Of Storms Bring Big Shift In Temperatures, Cool, Comfortable Weekend
Rounds Of Storms Bring Big Shift In Temperatures, Cool, Comfortable Weekend A strong cold front packed with scattered thunderstorms, some of which were severe, has led to a big change in temperatures. Saturday, June 3 will be mostly cloudy skies with a high temperature in the mid 60s, according to the National Weather Service.  That's a drop of about 25 to even 30 degrees from Friday, June 2, when the high temperature ranged from the upper 80s to as high as 95 degrees in some interior portions of the region. There could be scattered lingering showers Saturday morning. The overnight low temperature Saturday evening into Sunday morning will be in the…
Strong, Gusty Storms Now Sweeping Through Region: Here's Latest Strong, Gusty Storms Now Sweeping Through Region: Here's Latest
Strong, Gusty Storms Now Sweeping Through Region: Here's Latest Scattered thunderstorms, some severe, are moving across the region ahead of a strong cold front. Some of the storms, which began in the middle of the afternoon Friday, June 2, have been packed with heavy downpours, and gusty winds. Since the backdoor front is moving from east to west (rather than the usual west to east), storm are moving from the northeast in an easterly fashion. The chance for storms and showers will increase Friday evening and continue through the overnight hours. A radar image of the region at around 3:30 p.m. Friday is shown in the image above. There is a slight chan…
Line Of Thunderstorms, Some Severe, Will Bring Gusty Winds With Hail Possible Line Of Thunderstorms, Some Severe, Will Bring Gusty Winds With Hail Possible
Line Of Thunderstorms, Some Severe, Will Bring Gusty Winds With Hail Possible A round of scattered thunderstorms, some of which will be severe, will be packed with gusty winds and could produce small hail. The time frame for storm activity is from the middle afternoon Friday, June 2 into the early overnight hours on Saturday, June 3. The chance for storms and showers will increase Friday evening. (See the forecast model in the first image above from the National Weather Service.) The storms will be triggered by a backdoor cold front pushing through from the east. Widespread high temps in the upper 80s to low 90s are on tap for Friday. The passage of the front…
Scattered Storms, Cooldown Will Follow Brief Stretch Of Warm Air Scattered Storms, Cooldown Will Follow Brief Stretch Of Warm Air
Scattered Storms, Cooldown Will Follow Brief Stretch Of Warm Air New update: Line Of Thunderstorms, Some Severe, Will Bring Gusty Winds With Hail Possible A round of scattered thunderstorms accompanying a cold front pushing through the region will lead to a drop in temperatures after a brief warmup in the opening days of June. Look for a high temperature in the mid-80s on Thursday, June 1 with hazy sunshine, and patchy smoke moving west from wildfires in Nova Scotia, according to the National Weather Service. Widespread high temps in the upper 80s to low 90s are on tap for Friday, June 2. As a backdoor cold front pushes through from…
Cold Front Will Lead To Chance For Thunderstorms, New Shift In Temperatures Cold Front Will Lead To Chance For Thunderstorms, New Shift In Temperatures
Cold Front Will Lead To Chance For Thunderstorms, New Shift In Temperatures A round of thunderstorms is possible later in the week as a cold front pushes through, leading to a new swing in temperatures. It will remain dry on Wednesday, May 31 with a high temperature in the mid-70s after a cool morning, according to the National Weather Service. There will be hazy sunshine with patchy smoke from the Nova Scotia wildfires though most of the smoke will be at high levels of the atmosphere, Things will heat up as the calendar flips from May to June. Look for a high temperature in the mid-80s on Thursday, June 1 with patchy morning fog and mostly cloudy …
Swings In Temps, Plume Of Smoke From Wildfires Highlight 5-Day Forecast Swings In Temps, Plume Of Smoke From Wildfires Highlight 5-Day Forecast
Swings In Temps, Plume Of Smoke From Wildfires Highlight 5-Day Forecast A cold front that passed through the region has led to the arrival of cooler temperatures in the area, but the next few days will see a swing back to warmer conditions before another shift for the weekend. High temperatures Tuesday, May 30 will be in the upper 60s to low 70s with mainly sunny skies, but haze in some spots, due mainly to a plume of smoke from wildfires in Nova Scotia which will arrive from the east to the west, according to the National Weather Service. As a result, there could be decreased air quality. (See the image above.) It will remain dry on Wednesday, May 31 wit…
Cold Front Will Bring Shift In Temperatures After Warm, Bright Memorial Day: 5-Day Forecast Cold Front Will Bring Shift In Temperatures After Warm, Bright Memorial Day: 5-Day Forecast
Cold Front Will Bring Shift In Temperatures After Warm, Bright Memorial Day: 5-Day Forecast An approaching cold front will lead to a change in temperatures after a bright and warm Memorial Day. Temperatures will be warmest on Monday, May 29 late in the morning and early afternoon, with highs in the upper 70s, according to the National Weather Service.  Temperatures will begin to cool in the late afternoon to evening as the backdoor cold front ushering in cooler air takes hold, the weather service said. Wind speeds will also pick up in the afternoon, with gusts up to around 20 miles per hour in some spots. For those at or heading to beaches along the coast, a Rip Current…