Boston, Massachusetts 2021-06-05 11:59:45 –
Last weekend we recorded record frigid temperatures and mountain snow, but this weekend the opposite is true. Prepare for the first heat wave of the year!
Under mostly clear skies, temperatures exceeded 90 degrees Celsius in many places on Saturday afternoons, with weather above 90 degrees Celsius lasting for several days.
It’s a perfect beach weekend, but don’t forget sunscreen and sunglasses, and don’t forget to rehydrate. Taking into account the heat, humidity and mayhem from Canada, there was a strong thunderstorm round from late Saturday to all night, from far north of Vermont to northern New Hampshire, and much of central and northern Maine. It can occur.
There is a possibility of isolated damage, and a tornado near the Canadian border is unlikely to occur late Saturday. The front stalled in central and northern New England on Saturday nights, Sunday nights and Sundays, followed by thunderstorm threats on Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons, but much of southern New England did not rain. must. Route 2, both Saturday and Sunday.
On Saturday nights, the temperature doesn’t drop that much. The minimum temperature is 60-70 degrees. Fog that straddles the coast forms spots, but the wind has a little more western component and disappears quickly.
The heat wave peaks on Monday and temperatures date back to the mid-90s. Challenge the 95-100 degree records recorded in 1925 and 1999, and feel the humidity rise and approach 100 degrees.
By Tuesday and Wednesday, another front from Canada was close enough to the afternoon thunderstorms and temperatures were slightly mitigated. However, in most parts of New England, a heat wave warning is likely to be issued starting tomorrow Monday.
Heat Wave Expected, Powerful Thunderstorms, Tornado Possible Late Saturday – NECN Source link Heat Wave Expected, Powerful Thunderstorms, Tornado Possible Late Saturday – NECN