Storms held off for a while yesterday but when they finally formed they meant business. There were several reports of wind and hail throughout the New England yesterday evening and we still have power outages in Maine from them.
Today will be busy too. A cold pocket of air aloft will keep the atmosphere ripe for thunderstorm development. With a little morning sun, storms should fire much earlier than yesterday.
Any storms that form will include torrential rain, small hail and maybe a few wind gusts. Here's a timeline for your Sunday.
Any and all storms will collapse and fall apart as the sun sets this evening. Northerly winds kick up late today and usher in a comfortable and less humid airmass for tomorrow.
The holiday week will get increasingly hot. The Northeast trough lifts out and heat builds in from the west and south. Temps will rise through the 80s and a few communities will be around 90. There may be a few isolated airmass thunderstorms but the highest risk for storms will be next Saturday with a heat and humidity breaking coldfront.