The new week (May 29-June 3) will begin nice and warm, but the remnants of Subtropical Storm Alberto, which made landfall on the western Florida Panhandle Monday afternoon, will then arrive for the latter half of the week. The storm itself and its tropical moisture will fuel the threat for rounds of showers and thunderstorms.

Tuesday, May 29:  A very beautiful, summer-like start to the week is ahead today. Expect partly cloudy skies thanks in part to mid and high-level clouds. Humidity levels will be high, especially late in the day, which will make temperatures feel like the 90s due to the actual high temperature in the upper 80s. This heat and humidity may spark a stray afternoon thunderstorm.

Wednesday, May 30:  Another nice day will be in store for our Wednesday. It will be cooler as high pressure briefly settles overhead. This will allow for dry weather conditions and a blend of sun and clouds. Both humidity and temperatures will be lower. The high for the day will be in the low 70s.

Thursday, May 31:  On Thursday, a warm front is going to lift through from the south and west. This will lead to occasional showers and thunderstorms. Despite this warm front, temperatures will remain in check and seasonable for this time of the year. The only difference will be an increase in the humidity as tropical moisture associated with Alberto surges in.

Friday, June 1:  On Friday, the humidity will continue to pump in from the south. That combination, as well as moderate-to-high instability may spark a few hit-or-miss thunderstorms, especially in the afternoon. There is the chance these storms become strong, but the most favorable atmosphere for severe storms will be back toward the Great Lakes.

Saturday, June 2:  Unfortunately, the weekend is looking to be unsettled thanks to the remnant low pressure of Alberto. This will bring in showers and thunderstorms to much of southern New England on Saturday. Some of these showers may be heavier due to the tropical moisture. At least it will be seasonable outside with a high in the mid 70s.

Sunday, June 3:  A few lingering rain showers will be possible for Sunday, but this will likely be the drier day of the weekend, as a cold front clears out much of the moisture. This will also cool down temperatures, so highs will only be in the upper 60s thanks to the low clouds.

Jackson Dill is a Wilton High School senior who started the website, Jackson’s Weather. His 7-day forecast will appear each Monday on GOOD Morning Wilton. Visit Jackson’s Weather to find out any changes in the forecast. You can also follow him on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @JacksonsWeather for around-the-clock updates.