In what continues to be an eventful Severe Weather season in the Northeast, several reports of wind damage occurred from Eastern New York through Massachusetts and New Hampshire as a cluster of strong to severe thunderstorms moved through the region. Here are a couple of photos from yesterday’s action with the top being near Haverhill (credit Roger Doucette) and the bottom being Manchester NH (credit Jennifer Brooks)
The storms have now given way to clearing skies and for the Northeast, skies will be generally clear for the next several days as a high pressure system moves south of the area. The High will begin to move out over the Atlantic on Tuesday. A low pressure system will make its way into the Great Lakes region and move North toward Hudson Bay Wednesday into Thursday. The cold front associated with that low will push across the Northeast Thursday into Friday.
Temperatures through out the region will be hot as day time highs will reach into the upper 80’s and lower 90’s with dew points in the 60’s for the next several days bringing beautiful beach weather up and down the coast. The cold front will bring a quick break to start the weekend, but temperatures will stay warm in the mid to upper 80’s.