May 14, 2022
Unsettled Stretch Will See Strong Storm System With Damaging Winds, Possible Hail, Tornadoes
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Saturday, May 14 will be cloudy with a high temperature in the low 70s, according to the National Weather Service.There will be isolated showers at times starting in the early afternoon.
Showers will continue at times in the evening, with scattered thunderstorms and patchy fog after midnight and continuing until just after daybreak on Sunday, May 15.
Sunday's high temperature will again be in the low 70s with a chance of showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening.
The stronger storm system is on track for Monday, May 16.
"Thunderstorms ahead of an approaching cold front on Monday have potential to produce damaging winds," the National Weather Service said in a Hazardous Weather Outlook statement issued Saturday morning. "An isolated tornado or storm producing large hail may also be possible."
The current time frame for the system is from mid-afternoon to the evening on Monday.
After the system pushes through, skies will clear on Tuesday, May 17, which will be sunny with a high temperature around 70 degrees.
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Boston ties record-high temperature for May 14, several New England areas break records
According to National Weather Service, Boston tied a record high at 86 degrees, matching a mark set in 1879.
Here were all the spots across New England that hit record highs for May 14, per NWS:
Augusta ME – 91 (previous high: 87 in 1961)
Bangor, ME – 91 (previous high: 87 in 1961)
Caribou, ME – 82 (previous high: 81 in 1961)
Millinocket, ME – 91 (previous high: 87 in 1961)
Portland, ME – 84 (previous high: 81 in 1961)
Manchester, NH – 91 (previous high: 81 in 2004)
Burlington, VT – 88 (previous high: 86 in 1961)
Montpelier, VT – 88 (previous high: 85 in 1961)
Morrisville, VT – 88 (previous high: 86 in 2004)
Saint Johnsbury, VT – 89 (previous high: 85 in 2004)
Springfield, VT – 88 (previous high: 84 in 2004)