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Long-Range Forecast – June 14

The first half of June has been relatively dry with a near-normal average temperature in Southeastern New England. We are in the midst of a pleasant workweek. Humidity is low and the temperature is not far from what you’d expect in mid-June.

A storm moving from the Great Lakes to the Mid-Atlantic coast will likely pass far enough south late in the workweek that Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts stay dry Thursday and Friday. The storm will develop in the Atlantic Ocean early in the weekend, and Saturday looks like a nice day with highs in the 70s to low 80s. There is a slight chance that the storm retrogrades far enough north and west on Sunday to bring clouds/showers into part of Southeastern New England on Father’s Day. Right now, I favor a dry or mainly dry scenario. Highs will be in the 70s on Sunday.

The forecast for early next week is highly dependent on how that storm evolves. If it is very far south of New England, then the wind may shift to the west-southwest ushering in very warm and humid air by midweek. If it’s closer to New England, it will be seasonable and not too humid.

An approaching cold front may bring midweek showers next week, but the overall pattern looks pretty dry into next weekend. So, by the end of the month, I think we’ll be looking back at a near-normal average temperature and well below normal rainfall for this June.

Fred Campagna

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

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