Aug 26, 2016 9:20 PM
NH1 First Alert Weather: Saturday August 27
Over the weekend high pressure builds in from the north allowing cooler and drier air to filter in. Bubble high pressure develops over the Gulf of Maine bringing the seacoast of NH and possibly southern portions of coastal Maine onshore flow resulting in an afternoon sea breeze and slightly cooler temperatures there at the beach. Overall temperatures will be still be warm inland with highs in the 80's and 70's and lower 80's at the beach.
Increasing moisture and warmth returns area wide Sunday night as high pressure shifts east. Scattered showers will develop into Monday as a weak frontal complex moves in from the Great Lakes. This doesn't look to be a terribly well organized area of rain so not everyone will see them. However, where those showers form they could become briefly heavy. Behind this frontal boundary, more sunshine follows for Tuesday 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.