You can now read 5 articles in a month for free on BostonGlobe.com. Read as much as you want anywhere and anytime for just 99¢.

Flash flooding expected today

In July, heavy afternoon showers caused flooding on some streets in the Boston Area. More flash floods are possible today.

John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

In July, heavy afternoon showers caused flooding on some streets in the Boston Area. More flash floods are possible today.

Today will see widespread showers and thunderstorms, bringing heavy rain and possible flooding throughout Massachusetts. One to three inches of rain could accumulate quickly today, spurring a flash flood watch for virtually all of the state until 11 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.

“This wet weather will continue into Tuesday,” said Charlie Foley, Weather Service meteorologist. “But a cold front from the West will bring a drier, cooler air mass for Wednesday.”

Continue reading below

Dew points will climb into the mid-70s today, bringing about unstable conditions, and temperatures will crest around 78 degrees. Skies will remain cloudy and rainy through the day, though there might be a small break in showers tonight.

Showers will continue into Tuesday and last for most of the day. Storms could again produce gusty winds and heavy rain, and temperatures will stay in the upper 70s. Showers will continue into the evening, but should diminish late in the night, according to the Weather Service.

Wednesday will see a new air mass and the first sun of the month. Dew points will moderate into the 50s, and rain is unlikely. Temperatures will climb near 80, and should moderate into the low 60s overnight, according to the weather service.

“We are going to experience some very cool mornings, with temperatures in the 40s,” Foley said. “But daytime temperatures will rebound into the 70s.”

Wednesday’s weather will basically duplicate for the rest of the week into the weekend. Rain isn’t expected through Sunday, and daytime temperatures will stay in the 70s. Sun should also dominate the sky until at least Sunday, according to the Weather Service.

Jasper can be reached at jasper.craven@globe.com or on Twitter @Jasper_Craven
Loading comments...
Subscriber Log In

You have reached the limit of 5 free articles in a month

Stay informed with unlimited access to Boston’s trusted news source.

  • High-quality journalism from the region’s largest newsroom
  • Convenient access across all of your devices
  • Today’s Headlines daily newsletter
  • Subscriber-only access to exclusive offers, events, contests, eBooks, and more
  • Less than 25¢ a week
Marketing image of BostonGlobe.com
Marketing image of BostonGlobe.com
Already a subscriber?
Your city. Your stories. Your Globe.
Yours FREE for two weeks.
Enjoy free unlimited access to Globe.com for the next two weeks.
Limited time only - No credit card required!
BostonGlobe.com complimentary digital access has been provided to you, without a subscription, for free starting today and ending in 14 days. After the free trial period, your free BostonGlobe.com digital access will stop immediately unless you sign up for BostonGlobe.com digital subscription. Current print and digital subscribers are not eligible for the free trial.
Thanks & Welcome to Globe.com
You now have unlimited access for the next two weeks.
BostonGlobe.com complimentary digital access has been provided to you, without a subscription, for free starting today and ending in 14 days. After the free trial period, your free BostonGlobe.com digital access will stop immediately unless you sign up for BostonGlobe.com digital subscription. Current print and digital subscribers are not eligible for the free trial.