Summer is making a comeback across parts of the Northeast, where last week the weather was rather unsettled. Today, hazy sunshine has come out across much of New England, and as of this writing, much of New England has stayed dry, aside from portions of Rhode Island where a downpour moved through around midday. That is not the case though across portions of Pennsylvania and the Mid Atlantic, where showers and thunderstorms erupted this afternoon, as shown on the radar snapshot to the left. Remember you can always get the latest radar at the top of this page.
As for the forecast, I am expecting the chance of thunderstorms to lift northward into parts of New England tomorrow afternoon, though the storms will be of the hit or miss variety, so not every town will get hit. However, the towns that do get hit may see some torrential rainfall, gusty winds, and possibly some small hail. Temperatures will boost into the 90's throughout much of the Northeast tomorrow and Wednesday. An approaching cold front will spark more widespread thunderstorms throughout the Northeast on Wednesday, some of which may be severe.
Be sure to check back for future updates throughout this week.