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Rain and gusty winds still possible overnight

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Our severe weather threat continues to diminish overnight...   

A broken line of showers and a few thunderstorms is quickly moving east into our area overnight. Heavy downpours and gusty winds up to 40-50mph are possible as this line enters western Mass, but the severe likelihood is staying very low. Showers and thunderstorms will exit to our east after 2-4am and only a few showers will be around for sun-up Wednesday.

It will turn less humid Wednesday as winds swing in out of the northwest behind a departing cold front. It will start murky with some morning clouds and even a shower, but clouds will give way to afternoon sunshine and falling dew points. It will be a nice afternoon with highs in the 80s and dew points falling into the 50s. 

The rest of the week will be fairly pleasant with warm but fairly dry conditions. Temperatures will reach into the mid to upper 80s with dew points mainly in the upper 50s and low to mid 60s. 

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    The area of low pressure responsible for the severe weather will lift into eastern Canada overnight as the energy gets zapped to our north as showers and thunderstorms taper off. The cold front that moves through however could bringing a final round of storms around midnight. It will turn less humid tomorrow as winds swing in out of the northwest. 

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    The area of low pressure responsible for the severe weather will lift into eastern Canada overnight as the energy gets zapped to our north as showers and thunderstorms taper off. The cold front that moves through however could bringing a final round of storms around midnight. It will turn less humid tomorrow as winds swing in out of the northwest. 

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