Storms from the weekend turned severe mid-morning Monday as there was a tornado in Revere, just north of Boston. The National Weather Service confirmed of a tornado touchdown just before noon on Monday.
Warning: The video below contains explicit language. Footage of the tornado Monday, July 28 just north of Boston. (Instagram Repost/nic_coppola)
Flash flooding was also a concern for the area.
Noticeably less humid air moves in will persist into the end of July. With lower humidity, and temperatures staying about the same, the days will feel more like fall than summer.
Cool, comfortable weather sticks around through the middle of the week with highs persisting in the upper 70s each afternoon. The biggest change will be the lower humidity as dew points stay in the 50s until late in the week.
Late in the week, a storm system from the southern Plains will inch closer to the Northeast. Some more humidity and the next chance for rain returns for the weekend.
Storm cleanup will stretch into the week however as there were multiple flooded roads, downed trees and power lines.
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