Jul 14, 2016 8:40 PM
NH1 First Alert Weather: NH's summer sizzle continuing through Friday
Friday will be another hazy, hot, and humid with high temperatures in the low to middle 90s. The humidity will be highest during the morning, so it will feel more like Miami than New Hampshire early in the day. It may turn slightly less humid during the afternoon, but it will hardly be noticeable given the heat.
Even along the seacoast temperatures will hit the 90s, as a westerly wind will prevent a cooling seabreeze. An isolated, pop-up thunderstorm is possible on Friday, but most areas will stay dry.
A cold front will slowly move south of New Hampshire, and stall just offshore. Low pressure will form along this front, spreading showers and thunderstorms into parts of southern New England later Saturday into Sunday. At the same time, high pressure will be building in from the west, likely protecting the Granite State. A mix of sun and clouds is expected both weekend days. An isolated thunderstorm is possible Saturday with high temperatures in the 80s to around 90. Temperatures will be a tad lower on Sunday, but it will still be warm. An onshore wind will keep the beaches in the 70s while inland locations will have highs in the 80s.
Heat and humidity will increase again for Monday. High temperatures once again should hit the lower 90s in southern New Hampshire, 80s north. An approaching front will spark scattered showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon, especially in western and northern New Hampshire.
These showers and storms will move south later Monday into Tuesday. Tuesday may be an unsettled, humid day with scattered thunderstorms and temperatures in the 80s.
A drying trend will take us into the middle of next week with sunshine and highs in the 80s to near 90 by Thursday.
Have a great Friday!