Oct 1, 2016 7:07 PM
NH1 First Alert Weather: Cool, damp Sunday; sunshine returns to NH mid-week
Sunday will be drier than Saturday, but an onshore wind will lock in the clouds and it'll feel damp.
The cool and unsettled weather will continue into Tuesday, as the large upper-level low that has been dominating the weather across the mid-Atlantic and northeast begins to shift offshore.
Expect an overcast sky and temperatures mainly in the 50s for Sunday. A few isolated showers are possible, but it's more likely any precipitation will be in the form of mist and drizzle. It'll feel coolest near the seacoast, with a cool easterly wind coming in off of the ocean.
Clouds and patchy fog will be around Sunday night, with some mist and drizzle. Lows will be in the upper 40s to low 50s early Monday morning.
Some breaks of sunshine are possible on Monday, and any sun will help boost the temperatures above the 60 degree mark. Highs should generally be in the middle 60s. A shower or downpour is possible during the afternoon, in the heating of the day.
Tuesday may be a bit cooler, with a renewed onshore wind, and highs in the lower half of the 60s. Drier air will begin to move in from the north, so while the morning hours will be cloudy, partial sunshine should develop from north to south during the afternoon. The sunniest weather will be in northern areas.
High pressure builds in for the middle of the week, but will move toward our east. An onshore flow will keep temperatures coolest near the coast (generally in the mid 60s), but with plenty of sunshine Wednesday and Thursday, inland areas may approach 70 degrees.
The forecast for the end of the week and next weekend is highly uncertain, dependent on the track of Hurricane Matthew. While the probability of an impact in New England is low, it is not zero. If "Matthew" were to approach New Hampshire, it would likely occur during the second half of next weekend.
Be sure to check back with us for important updates as we get closer.