Sep 27, 2016 8:55 PM
NH1 First Alert Weather: Cloudy, cooler weather ahead for NH
A major change in the weather pattern will bring several days of unsettled weather to the Granite State. Overall, it'll be cloudy and cooler, but most of the time it will be dry. There will be some periodic showers, with the highest chances for rain coming Friday through the weekend.
While New Hampshire cleared out yesterday, a cooler, onshore is guiding clouds back into the state from the east.
Wednesday will be a mostly cloudy day. Some parts of the state may be overcast for much of the day. Areas of mist, drizzle and fog are possible, especially early in the day near the coast. Temperatures will struggle to reach 60 in southern and eastern areas. Far inland, lower 60s are likely for highs.
A gusty northeasterly wind is expected along the seacoast, making it feel even more raw at times.
It'll remain mostly cloudy on Thursday, though at times the sky will be partly sunny, especially central and north. Highs will range from near 60 in the cloudiest spots to the middle 60s in central and western New Hampshire.
A higher risk of rain will come Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, though neither day looks to be a washout. At the moment, the highest risk of showers is on Saturday, with a cool onshore wind continuing.
Have a great day!