Severe thunderstorm, Flash flood warnings in effect for eastern MA

The storms are expected to taper off in the five boroughs starting at about 5:30 p.m., but will stick around later for points north and east.

A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect until 7 central and northeastern MA. Highs will be in the upper 80s to around 90°. This will erode cloud cover and for temperatures to fall into the 60s for lows.

"Get indoors when this storm approaches".

Wednesday and Thursday will be both be mostly sunny with a high in the low-80s.

Soggy end to the weekend; cooling off this work week
Severe storms expected to cut down the heat in Lehigh Valley

The mugginess will begin to edge back in again Saturday night with the potential for showers Sunday into the first part of next week.

A strong cold front moving into ME will bring rain and potentially severe thunderstorms with flash flooding this afternoon. Flooding will likely not be an issue but water could stack up a bit in low lying areas that have seen heavy rain over the past few days. As mentioned yesterday we'll have to take this on a day by day basis and at times on a minute by minute basis with where storms develop and how they behave once they do develop. High temperatures will be in the lower to middle 90s. This means an increase in showers and storms by Friday into the coming weekend. Thursday afternoon will be hotter in the upper 80s. We'll keep you updated over the coming days.

By Monday, we should be solidly in a warm, humid air mass. Highs will be about 88 degrees in Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins.

Tomorrow: Early AM Showers, Clearing Skies. There was a 10-day heat wave in the summer of 1995 from July 24 through August 2.