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Generally cooler weather has arrived in New England for the next several days.
Wednesday will be foggy, cool and cloudy.
Rain today is followed by cooler weather for Wednesday and Thursday.
Another warm day is on tap with some tropical humidity and rainfall on Tuesday.
Warm and moderately humid air will be in place into the weekend.
One more wet day, but sunshine returns this weekend.
A large and powerful hurricane will hit the southeast, while here in New England the weather remains summer-like.
Overnight rain has brought in the humidity today and it will be with us much of the rest of the week.
The week kicks off with some rainy and cool weather. But it won't last for too long.
Cooler and drier air arrives today and lasts through the weekend.
The average temperature last month was 73.6 degrees Fahrenheit -- about 6 degrees warmer than the 20th century average.
More hot weather today before a cool down this weekend.
A couple of more days of heat before a cooldown this weekend.
Humidity and warmer-than-average readings continue until Friday.
There's a break in the hot weather, but it will return for next week.
More heat and humidity today, but not as intense as the past two days.
The excessive heat warning continues into Wednesday. At some points in the day, the temperatures could feel like they're higher than 100.
An excessive heat warning has been issued for the northeastern part of the state.
Temperatures way above average will close out August.
The weather for the weekend may be one of the nicest weekends of the summer, says Dave Epstein.