Hot and humid conditions will be in place for the start of the work week. Many inland locations in southern Maine have a shot of hitting the 90s tomorrow. With the humid conditions in place we stand the chance of some afternoon thunderstorms each day. We will finally start to get some relief from the humid conditions late Wednesday into Thursday. Don't get used to it. The comfortable conditions won't be around for long.
Crawford Notch, NH - Dime size hail
Fryeburg - Wind damage/trees down, dime size hail
Littleton, NH - Lightening hit house
Mt. Washington - Quarter size hail, 76mph peak wind gust
Naples - Dime size hail
Union - Quarter size hail
Wells - Wind damage/trees down
Windham - Quarter size hail
Yarmouth - 59mph peak wind gust
Tonight - Thunderstorms come to an end once the sun goes down. Skies become partly cloudy. Lows only dip into the 60s.
Monday - Hot and humid! Partly cloudy skies with a breezy southwest wind. A few thunderstorms will pop up during the afternoon. Highs around 90 degrees. In the 70s at the coast east of Portland.
Extended Forecast - Another hot and humid day on Tuesday with thunderstorm activity during the afternoon. The Storm Prediction Center does have us under a slight risk of severe weather that day. We will have to monitor things closely that day. If you do have outdoor plans that day please make sure you have a means of taking shelter in case of a storm during the afternoon. Thunderstorms again Wednesday, but by late in the day you will start to notice a little relief from the sticky conditions. Showers are possible both Thursday and Friday. Temperatures will be cooler and dewpoints will fall into the 50s.