Sep 30, 2016 8:17 PM
NH1 First Alert Weather: Showers, downpours around NH Saturday, but some dry times too
A large upper-level area of low pressure, responsible for this week's unsettled weather from the mid west to the northeast, will start to move toward New Hampshire today, spreading more widespread showers and downpours into the state.
East to northeast winds will continue to be brisk, up to 25 mph at times near the seacoast on Saturday. This cool, onshore wind will lock the clouds in, and it'll feel damp even when it's not raining. Temperatures will be held in the 50s as a result, with most of southern and eastern New Hampshire only in the lower half of the 50s for highs.
Periods of rain are expected throughout the day. There will be some dry periods as well, but the risk of a shower or downpour does exist at any time.
Tonight will be cloudy, cool, and damp, with a few showers. Patchy fog can be dense in spots. Temperatures will not fall much; lows will be in the upper 40s to lower 50s.
Sunday looks drier, but still cloudy and cool, with highs around 60.