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Long-Range Forecast – June 9

It’s been a fairly typical start to June in Southern New England. We have not seen any extreme heat, and we don’t expect there to be much, if any, of it in the next couple of weeks. The overall pattern is somewhat unsettled along the Eastern Seaboard, and that’s something we’ll be dealing with in the form of scattered showers on Tuesday, Thursday night, Friday, and possibly Saturday morning of this week. High pressure and fair weather will set up shop from midday Saturday into early next week, but another front will threaten with showers by midweek.

The middle of next week looks warm, but not above 90°, and somewhat muggy. If the front stalls to our west, then the warm/humid weather could be prolonged a day or two. We’re also keeping our eye on the Gulf of Mexico and warm water off the Southeastern United States coast. Conditions may be favorable for a storm – tropical or otherwise, to form late next week. There are some models that bring a rainstorm around the weekend of June 21-22.

Fred Campagna

President and Chief Meteorologist - Right Weather LLC AMS Certified Consulting Meteorologist #756 AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist #126

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