Tuesday June 30 2020 Forecast


DAYS 1-5 (JUNE 30 – JULY 4)

Final day of June / first day of July … same deal, low pressure over the region, unsettled weather. Today will probably resemble yesterday, while tomorrow offers a shot at a bit more sun, still some heavier showers/storms possible but coverage may drop and favor areas to the south and west. Interlude of air and warmer weather Thursday as this low is gone and a sliver of high pressure controls the weather, then another cold front drops down from Canada to cool things back down for the end of the week. The wildcard is whether or not we turn a little less fair again, weather-wise. Leaning toward drier in terms of rainfall, but we may have to contend with quite a bit of cloudiness by Independence Day.

TODAY: Mostly cloudy. Scattered showers and a risk of thunderstorms. Highs 68-75. Wind NE up to 10 MPH.

TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy. Patchy fog. Risk of a shower early. Lows 56-63. Wind NE up to 10 MPH.

WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny. Isolated afternoon showers and thunderstorms, favoring areas southwest of Boston. Highs 75-82. Wind NE-E 5-15 MPH.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy. Lows 58-65. Wind variable under 10 MPH.

THURSDAY: Mostly sunny. Highs 80-87. Wind variable up to 10 MPH.

THURSDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy. Lows 60-67. Wind W up to 10 MPH shifting to NE.

FRIDAY: Mostly sunny. Highs 70-77. Wind NE 5-15 MPH.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy. Lows 58-65. Wind NE 5-15 MPH.

SATURDAY – INDEPENDENCE DAY: Mostly cloudy. Highs 68-75. Wind NE 5-15 MPH.

DAYS 6-10 (JULY 5-9)

Transition toward a more zonal pattern begins. Fair weather July 5. More humidity with a risk of a few showers / thunderstorms at times July 6-9. Temperatures variable but near normal overall.

DAYS 11-15 (JULY 10-14)

Weak to moderate zonal flow pattern. Limited shower / thunderstorm chances. Temperatures near to above normal.

40 thoughts on “Tuesday June 30 2020 Forecast”

  1. Good morning and thank you TK.

    The much cooler weather is greatly appreciated in the JpDave
    Household. thank you thank you thank you.

    2 days in a row with jeans and not shorts.

    1. Cannot see

      Was this yesterday as in Monday or was it Sunday?

      Without seeing anything, I would venture straight line winds.

    1. Thanks TK. Assuming you saw video I posted above. I know straight line is powerful but to remove barn walls and leave roof intact is crazy. And I do know it happens.

      1. Just saw you could not see video. You have to have instagram. I can’t find it otherwise since it is a personal video

        This was Monday. And TK…also assume nws confirmed

  2. Interesting tweet from Ryan Hanrahan about the hail yesterday in Lyme, CT
    Today’s golf ball size hail in Lyme was the largest recorded hail in New London County since 2014. The largest hail on record in Connecticut is 2.75″ in diameter in Deep River from the epic 1995 supercell.

    1. He was a rare talent. So many shows we have grown up with that were his creation. I sadly didn’t have the pleasure of meeting him but had a mutual friend who thought the world of him and he of Rudy.

      There is laughter in heaven tonight

  3. Somehow, someone has to get the June temp anomolies for southeast Canada, from the James Bay area to the US Canadian Border. Westward to about Thunder Bay, eastward to about Nova Scotia/New Brunswick Border.

    Has to be a large area of +5 to +10F, maybe more, for the month. One of the warmest stretches I can recall SE Canada seeing.

  4. My wife was speaking to one of our nieces who works
    as an RN at Norwood Hospital. The damage done there
    is far worse than reported on the news.

    They have lost their pharmacy, cafeteria, 1/2 the ICU,
    all of the building mechanical systems including the heating system and their facilities department.

    ALL patients have been transferred to other hospitals and the hospital is currently closed until further notice. She has heard upwards of a year to straighten it all out. I don’t know if
    that is an exaggeration or not, but that is what she said.

    Really rough spot for a hospital. Very sad indeed.

    She and her cousin (another niece) are out of a job for the time being. As if Covid weren’t trouble enough!

    1. With a very deep sigh, this is just horrendous news under the best of circumstances and we are hardly close to the best.

      1. I misspoke. It wasn’t the cafeteria, it was all of the kitchen
        facilities where they prepare patient meals.

    2. That is a rare place where the hospital is not on high ground. Almost all hospitals sit on some kind of relative high ground for this very reason.

  5. I’m getting a little concerned for some nocturnal potent storms around here Thursday night. Will re-evaluate this later.

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