On-and-off rain showers continue in parts of the region this morning, and some more heavier pockets are still possible.
Rain will likely stick around, along with the humidity, for our Thursday. A few scattered showers and storms are also possible.
Of course, the longer we remain in this pattern, the easier it is to trigger some flash flooding. It's humid, but mainly dry is the plan with just isolated rain chances! It's still too far away to pin down the nitty gritty details, but Saturday and Sunday both look good for on-and-off storms each afternoon and evening.
Most areas will be dry and comfortably warm through this evening.
Like Monday, storms will take advantage of plentiful tropical moisture and produce rainfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour. The showers will be on and off as the low spins to the west of Ohio.
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Scattered clusters of storms and rain will threaten the area late this afternoon into tonight. These storms will bring damaging winds and large hail with them, and an isolated tornado can not be ruled out.
Expect highs in the upper 80s and lower 90s with a heat index of 95ºF to 100ºF for most of the Tennessee Valley.
"Showers and widely scattered thunderstorms will move into western MA and north central CT around midday", the service wrote.
Friday NightA 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms.