Higher humidity and drenching thunderstorms will return to Boston at midweek.
Those with outdoor plans and projects should take advantage of the dry stretch of weather through Tuesday.
Wednesday is when a noticeable increase in humidity will occur and thunderstorms will return as a storm system moves in from the Midwest.
The most active time of Wednesday is likely to be the afternoon and night. The storms will bring the potential for blinding and flooding downpours, which could impact travel.
The speed at which the system moves away on Thursday will determine whether or not showers and thunderstorms have a chance to re-fire.
High temperatures this week will range from the middle 70s to near 80. A high in the upper 70s is typical for late June.
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