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Sep 4, 2016 10:24 PM

NH1 First Alert Weather: Cloudy, cooler Labor Day with Hermine offshore

NH1 Meteorologist

Hermine has slowed and is stalling south of New England. As of Monday morning, the center of the storm is moving to the north at only 3 mph. There is a core of wind on the north side of the center with gusts of 50 to 60 mph. The strongest gusts in New England will be on the south coast, Cape, and islands, where Tropical Storm Warnings are in effect.

For the Granite State, some gusts of 25 to 35 mph are possible along the seacoast today and tonight.

High clouds have moved into southern and eastern New Hampshire this morning, and will continue to thicken throughout the day.

The most sunshine today will be in central and northern New Hampshire, far from the storm's center. Later this afternoon and this evening, showers are likely in southern and eastern New Hampshire.

The storm will linger offshore into the middle part of the week.

Thereafter, heat and humidity return to the Granite State, with highs nearing 90º Thursday and Friday!

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