Any roads that are already flooded will experience additional flooding. Saturday, storms looks a bit more widespread across the mountains and plains, with only burn scar flooding as the big risk to watch for. That's because the more days it rains, there's less of a chance of the increasingly saturated ground being able to soak up that rain.
Some thunderstorms are possible Thursday afternoon and during the evening rush, but they are not expected to be significant.
Friday is still looking like the best day with highs in the upper 80s and rain chances sticking to a 40% chance through the day.
According to Wilmoth, wind damage, heavy rain and hail are the biggest threats associated with these storms.
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By late afternoon weather service radaro showed two bands of storms rolling across the state, one cutting through the states northwestern corner and a weaker storm rolling through Central Massachusetts. But the chance of rain returns Sunday night, prefacing what's expected to be another wet week.
The National Weather Service includes, systems like this, can also produce brief EF-0 tornadoes, with broader scale wind damage.
Flooding killed 116 people in the United States a year ago, the most lethal type of weather event in the nation.
Today's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with a high of 79 and a 60 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 5 p.m. Daily high temperatures should swell to the 80s and perhaps near 90 by the weekend; nightly numbers will settle to the 70s.