Dry tonight but showers possible tomorrow afternoon.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WGGB/WSHM) - After a dry day today skies will remain mostly clear tonight as lows fall back into the middle 50s. Clouds will increase tomorrow morning ahead of an area of low pressure that will bring some showers to the region tomorrow afternoon.
An upper level low moves from north of the Great Lakes to New England. This low will bring waves of energy through that will likely produce showers, starting tomorrow afternoon and going through Monday morning. There is still some timing and coverage disagreements between the model guidance. Some models give us widespread showers while others keep us mostly dry. A cold front will be coming through Sunday night into early Monday, which is the best shot at rain and maybe a rumble of thunder. Once we get behind the front, drier air returns for Monday afternoon.
After a muggy and possibly rainy start Monday morning, our weather improves quickly. We dry out Monday afternoon and evening and Tuesday is looking like the pick of the week with sunshine, low 80s and a healthy breeze. Temperatures stay warm Wednesday with a slow uptick in humidity, then we look humid, warm and unsettled from late Thursday through late Friday. Nicer weather looks to follow for the following Father’s Day weekend for now.
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