Aug 28, 2016 10:04 PM

NH1 First Alert Weather: Monday, August 29


A very weak cold front will exit the east coast this morning and any scattered showers that have been around will also exit early this morning. The n clouds will begin to give way to more and more sunshine for the afternoon as High pressure builds back into the region.

Behind this weak system, more sunshine follows for Tuesday with a return to more comfortable conditions with highs still holding in the 80's. Another weak system moves through Wednesday with another possible shower and then it starts to cool down for the latter portion of the week. In fact, both Friday and Saturday morning starts off rather chilly with morning temperatures in the 40s to barely 50 degrees and only recovers to the low-mid 70s during the day. However, we will begin to see temperatures warming as we move through the first weekend of September with a good deal of sunshine.

In the meantime, we'll be watching 3 tropical systems. Hurricane Gaston will stay out in the Atlantic and not bother anyone. Tropical Depression 8 off the coast of the Carolinas should become a Tropical Storm Monday, but should remain off the coast of the outer banks before becoming absorbed by a cold front moving off our coast Wednesday. Tropical Depression #9 that is south of Florida should also become a named storm Monday. It is expected to move into the Gulf of Mexico and then cross over northern Florida into the Atlantic. The next named storm will be Hermine and the one after that will be called Ian.

Have a great week!


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