Today will feature the chance for some wet weather as tropical moisture surging north from Hurricane Gert meets up with a weak cold front. First, I should note that Gert is receiving safely out to sea and will not directly impact any landmass. In any case, satellite imagery this morning indicates sunny skies are being observed across the north with cloudier skies across the south. This line will do a pretty good job at separating our weather for the day. In the north, sunshine will fuel showers and thunderstorms this afternoon. Some of those storms could be fairly strong with gusty winds and small hail. Highs in the north will rise into the upper 70’s. In the south, cloudier skies will prevail as fog slowly burns off this morning. Lighter, steadier showers are possible as some weak energy drifts through the region and the best chance of that will be in southernmost areas in New Hampshire where showers are already ongoing this morning. Temps will be limited by clouds and onshore flow with highs in the lower 70’s.
Clearer weather is expected for tomorrow.