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Apr 18, 2017 2:37 PM

NH1 First Alert Weather: Shower chances over the next few days

NH1 Meteorologist

High pressure is in control of our weather on Wednesday, but it is centered offshore. This means a cool, onshore flow will continue, with the chilliest weather near the coast. There are a few chances for showers in our forecast.

WEDNESDAY: Wednesday's weather will be fairly typical for this time of year. We'll have a mix of sun and clouds, with clouds becoming more dominant during the afternoon. Showers are likely by evening in western and northern New Hampshire. Highs will be in the upper 40s at the coast to mid 50s inland.

OVERNIGHT SHOWERS: Most of the wet weather on Wednesday will come during the overnight, with passing showers. Temperatures will stay in the 40s for much of the night, with most of the showers offshore by Thursday morning.

MILDER IN BETWEEN: The daylight hours of Thursday may be perfectly timed for a break between systems. We'll find partial sunshine with temperatures rising into the 60s inland on Thursday, upper 50s at the coast. Clouds will thicken again later in the day.

ANOTHER ROUND OF RAIN: The next round of rain comes Thursday night into Friday morning, which will be heavy at times. Some places will see up to three-quarters of an inch of rain. Friday will start off wet, but drier air will move in during the afternoon. Some breaks of sun are possible by the end of the day. Temperatures will be held in the upper 40s for highs.

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