The cold front that brought showers and thunderstorms to the region Sunday evening is now settling just to our south in Massachusetts for Monday. This will keep us locked into a good deal of clouds and a threat of a shower, especially in the higher elevations. Also with winds coming in from the east temperatures will be about 20 degrees cooler than Mother’s Day with highs only in the 60s.
That stalled front to our south on Monday will bounce back north as a warm front Tuesday morning while a wave of Low pressure moves along the St. Lawrence valley Tuesday afternoon. All this activity will keep the risk of scattered showers going for Tuesday. Our weather will be further complicated by the remains of Tropical Depression ANA as that Low pressure center now looks to pass over Cape Cod which will enhance the threat for showers here in NH. One final bit of energy will follow up for Wednesday morning as a weak trough slides by with another shower.
High pressure builds in from Canada for the second half of the week with drier conditions. Temperatures for the midweek stretch will be cooler, in the low-mid 60s. However, as we head into the weekend it looks like another warm up will be on the way with that High pressure area moving off the coast!
Have a great week!
Bill Gile | Meteorologist
New Hampshire One News