Most of Southern New England saw some sunshine on Tuesday as the cloudy pattern that has persisted for several days slowly shifted. There were passing light showers at points during the afternoon, but by late in the afternoon, it was partly to mostly sunny away from the immediate coast. Clouds and light showers remained stubborn near the coast. Highs were in the low 80s inland, and 70s near the ocean and bay.
Tuesday night looks mild and muggy, with lows in the upper 60s to low 70s. There will be some patchy fog near the coast. After a cloudy start on Wednesday, you can expect partly sunny skies. It will be warm, breezy, and humid. Highs near the coast will be in the upper 70s, and inland locations should reach the low to mid 80s. The weather is looking good for any fireworks displays on Wednesday evening. It will stay mild and humid, with the temperature settling back into the 70s during the evening.
The Fourth of July should be nice and summery in Southern New England. After a mild start, it will warm into the 80s inland by noon. The high near the coast will be in the low 80s with a gusty southwesterly breeze in the afternoon. Inland high temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s, and it may feel like the low 90s because of the humidity. Look for mostly sunny skies Thursday afternoon. The weather will stay fine for fireworks displays from New York City to Boston, including all of Southeastern New England, Thursday evening.
Very warm to hot weather is in the forecast through the weekend into next week. Highs inland will flirt with 90° Friday through, at least, Sunday. A southwesterly breeze near the coast will keep it in the 80s. It will stay humid, with lows in the upper 60s to low 70s. Right now, it looks like there will predominantly hazy sunshine during the day.