Any rain / shower activity in areas of the state is on track to end by mid-morning. Fog could be locally dense in some areas to start off where rain fell but should clear out as we head into the 9-10 AM hour.
It will continue to feel rather tropical as dew points remain elevated in the upper 60s to low 70s. As the sun increases in visibility, it will get very warm over much of state as heat indices will push around 90°.
As the remnants of Henri move east, a light northwest breeze develops over interior areas, and the flow may be enough to fire an isolated shower or thunderstorm in the mountains and north.
For folks headed to the beach, you'll want to arrive early as high tide arrives around 1 PM, which may limit available space. The shorelines will be the place to be for natural air conditioning as an afternoon sea breeze generates cooler temperatures there.
Areas of fog develop Tuesday night with the humid air remaining in place to start Wednesday.
Temperatures and heat indices increase for Wednesday, and a bit more into Thursday.
A cold front passes through the state Thursday afternoon, which may bring a short lived isolated shower or thunderstorm. The dew points will begin to drop with the frontal passage, bringing relief from the extended humidity for Friday and the weekend.
The weekend overall looks fair at this point, with a risk of a shower possible Saturday night into Sunday.
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