Today will feature the first of four chances for rain in the next seven days. A frontal system is approaching from the west and is already spreading showers into western CT and MA. Expect these showers to expand in size and move NE as the day goes on. The best chance for a shower is away from the coast although it looks like everyone sees at least a few drops of rain. I went a little under MOS guidance for temps as there will be a stiff S wind which is onshore for many areas so the ocean effect looks to put a damper on highs.
More interesting weather is on the way for tonight into tomorrow as some severe thunderstorms (no, not a typo) and the low chance for a tornado (definitely not a typo either!) will impact the region. More details tomorrow morning. Looking ahead at our final two chances for rain, Friday could see some drops falling associated with the remnants of Hurricane Simon (yes, from the Eastern Pacific) and another front looks to impact the region early next week.