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Long-Range Forecast – June 17

The Father’s Day weekend looks spectacular with sunshine and warm, but not humid days. That means the dry weather will continue into the start of summer on Monday. By early next week, there will have been about 30% of the normal monthly rain to date in the Providence area. Showers and t-storms are possible, but not guaranteed, in the middle of next week. A cold front passing through on Tuesday will likely have some showers/storms ahead of it. On Wednesday, cool air aloft may be enough to spark showers/storms, especially inland.

The weather looks fairly quiet at the end of next workweek, and I think there’s a decent chance that it stays mainly dry through next weekend. There is a better chance of unsettled weather during the last few days of June, and, hopefully, any unsettled weather late in that week does not last through the weekend leading up to the 4th of July.

It will briefly get warm/humid ahead of the cold front on Tuesday, but most of the next two weeks will not feature a lot of mid-summer heat and humidity. Temperatures should not be too far from normal through the end of the month.

Fred Campagna

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

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