The weather service issued a hazardous weather outlook for Rhode Island, northern CT, and all of MA east of Berkshire County because the rain will be heavy at times on Tuesday, which could result in minor street and highway flooding. Temperatures will peak in the mid 70s but that cool front will bring back the 60s later throughout the week.
The bi-state area can expect isolated showers and thunderstorms Tuesday into the evening, with many areas expecting no rain at all. This cooler air will stick around for the extended period with highs Wednesday and Thursday in the low-60s, and upper-50s for Friday and Saturday.
We have a shower chance at any point during the day Tuesday, but parts of the day will be dry as well. Winds will be a bit breezy out of the southeast between 5 to 15 miles per hour keeping it just a little cooler near Lake Michigan.
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With the possibility of storms and strong wind gusts in the forecast, the weather service issued a hazardous weather outlook for Wednesday as well. Thunderstorms are expected in the late afternoon into the evening, along with strong gusty winds and heavy rain, according to the National Weather Service.
WEDNESDAY | Rain and storm chances mainly early. And any chance for a few showers will mostly be in central and northern Kansas for the afternoon. Overnight, any remaining scattered showers will diminish into mostly cloudy skies with a low of 70.
Once the front passes through and the storm threat ends, we'll return to pleasant, early autumn weather.