Wednesday (8/4)... A trough will push through sparking possible showers and/or thunderstorms. The CAPE will not be high enough to break out major thunderstorms and the humidity is higher as you go down in the atmosphere creating low level clouds. The clouds will not puff up due to the low humidity higher in the atmosphere. It will feel hotter than it actually is because of the humidity. The wind will be from the southwest bringing up the warmer air. Points closer to the coast and on the southern part of the states will be cooler because of the wind off of the water. Sustained winds will be 5-15 MPH with stronger gusts. Highs will be around to 90.
Thursday(8/5)... Another front will push through in the later part of the day. This front has cycled and is beginning to create an occluded front generating more of a possibility of thunderstorms that have a potential to be strong especially in areas where the sun has had a chance to poke through the clouds and warm the air before the front making it more unstable. Humidity builds in the upper atmosphere furthering the possibility of stronger storms especially in southern New England. This front marks the beginning of a cooling and humidity drop for New England, however it will be a slow cooling. Winds will be lighter than Wednesday except for thunderstorm enhanced winds which could gust stronger than the sustained winds from the southwest at 5-10 MPH. Temps will be slightly cooler because of the storms, but still expect temps in the upper 80s.
Friday(8/6)... Noticeably cooler becasue of the front that passed through Thursday. Drier air will be pouring in allowing more sun to come out. A more pleasant day after the showers and storms end in the morning. Winds come from the NW on the backside of the low bringing in air from Canada. Friday night should bring better sleeping weather. Highs in the mid 80s.
Saturday(8/7)... Much like Friday afternoon as a high builds in keeping temps seasonal, but with little precip. Unseasonably low dew points come in, however. Winds from the SW as the high passes below us. The wind will also moderate the temperature as it is off the ocean. It will be a partly cloudy day. Highs in the low 80s.
Sunday(8/8)... The trend continues with seasonal temps. It is a little warmer than Saturday, however, as the SW wind helps to bring in warmer air. A high pressure system is still around, but a front will bring showers to northern New England for the night. It will be a partly cloudy day before the showers roll in. Highs in the mid 80s.
Monday(8/9)... Variable winds. Partly cloudy day outside of any showers that come through from a front. Some of the showers could be thunderstorms in southern New England as the CAPE is high even on the sixth day forecast from the GFS. Highs in the upper 80s to low 90s. It will feel hotter as humidity starts to creep back in.
Tuesday(8/10)... A front builds back in creating showers and a possible thunderstorm and raising the humidity. Winds in from the SW. Highs again in the upper 80s, and it will feel like Monday did with the humidity.