For a brief time, heat and humidity have made their way back into the region, as temperatures rose to the upper 60s overnight; expect a high near 80 today, with a chance of afternoon thunderstorms, some of which could be severe, followed by thunderstorms being likely in the late evening into first half of tonight; again, some of which could be severe. The main threat with severe storms will be potential damaging winds, in addition to the typical heavy rain and lightning. The atmospheric setup for today indicates a low risk for a tornado as well; the highest risk is over Vermont and New Hampshire, but a tornado cannot be ruled out in interior Massachusetts, so this threat will need to be closely monitored during the day.
After thunderstorms pass during the overnight hours, the wind will shift to the north, ushering in cooler and less humid conditions, with a low near 54 tonight and decreasing clouds late. Tomorrow will be mostly sunny and 67, with a north-northeast wind of 5-10 mph; tomorrow night will feature increasing clouds, a low of 49, and a light east wind.
Friday will only be partly sunny, with a high near 64; Friday night will be mostly cloudy and 51. Saturday will be mostly sunny and 70, Saturday night will be clear and 43, and Sunday will be mostly sunny and 64.
Have a great day!