You Wanted Summer-Like Weather, Well, Here It Is for Now
Feeling hot and muggy? Well, don't worry. It won't last. The incoming cold front will bring relief as well as a chance of thunderstorms.
The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm watch for southern New Hampshire through 9 p.m.
A strong cold front will be pushing through New England later today into the early evening. The existing humid conditions will help to fuel a batch of thunderstorms that will arrive for the mid-late afternoon hours.
The window of greatest activity will be between 3-6 p.m. The rain is expected to be over by 7 p.m. in New Hampshire with cooler drier air returning tonight and tomorrow.
There is more instability and a greater potential for stronger/severe storms across southern New England later this afternoon and early evening.
Any strong to severe thunderstorm will have the potential to produce damaging winds, hail and heavy rain. There is the potential for an isolated tornado in western southern New England.