Daily Forecast Discussion-June 26, 2017

A few showers and an isolated thunderstorm are possible this afternoon across New England, mainly north of the Mass Pike.  Skies will be mostly sunny through 12-1 PM or so when some mid and high clouds will move it.   Showers will begin around 1 PM in Berkshire County and Northern New England.  Temperatures this afternoon will climb into the upper 70’s/low 80’s while dewpoints will be in the low 50’s.

NWS Max Temperatures Monday (image Weatherbell)

Here is the simulated radar at 2 PM.

11z HRRR Simulated Radar Monday 2 PM (image Weatherbell)

The radar coverage will be greater in New York than it will be in New England.  A weak upper atmospheric disturbance will track through Ontario, Canada which will be the primary trigger for these showers and storms.  Winds today will be out of the west-southwest (WSW) today at 5-10 MPH.  A few leftover showers, again north of the pike, are possible from 8-9 PM.  When the sun goes down the showers will start to fizzle.

11z HRRR Simulated Radar Monday 8 PM (image Weatherbell)

Temperatures this evening will drop into the Mid-50’s across the interior and upper 50’s to 60 near the South Coast.

NWS Min Temperatures Tuesday AM (image Weatherbell)

Showers and thunderstorms are possible on Tuesday.

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