A swirling storm system across the Northeast has already brought severe weather to parts of New England over the last 2 days.

We're still monitoring thunderstorm development this afternoon and evening. The cut-off for severe weather potential should be around 8 PM this evening, give or take an hour. As we lose daytime heating, the threat diminishes.
Until then, heavy rain, lightning, hail, and even a tornado are possible, especially inland.

Overnight, it'll be damp and foggy.

Tuesday will feature that fog and low cloudiness early on, then brighter skies take over as the day progresses. High temperatures will bounce back into the mid 70s tomorrow afternoon.

Drier overall through midweek, but some moisture does return Wednesday and Thursday for some spotty showers. Temperatures will continue to be a little below average this week.

Clouds and some rain will be around by week's end.

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