So lets go a little more into detail instead of saying just plain rain. It looks like scattered thunderstorms will continue to be upon us as well as up and down the East Coast. There could be a few strong storms on hotter days like Thursday and through the weekend, into next week. But overall we shouldn't expect much of any severe thunderstorms in the next 10 days.
Now here are the exact expected temperatures in the next week and a half, rather than just saying above average. We expect to be around the 90 degree mark starting Thursday and likely lasting through the next several days from Washington D.C. to Philadelphia to possibly as far north as New York and Boston. But for the Appalachians, all of Ohio, and Upstate New York as well as the Poconos of Northeastern Pennsylvania, middle to upper 80's is what they should expect in those regions.
Lastly areas in Northern New England will see upper 70's to lower 80's as highs. So this is the general description of weather on the way in the next 10 days here in the northeast United States. If you would like to look at what the rest of the country will likely be seeing in terms of temperatures and precipitation in the next week and a half, there are maps below. Thanks for reading and as always stay tuned to Northeast Weather Action for the latest weather forecasts and updates! Have a great day and stay safe everyone!