Jun 11, 2016 10:55 PM
NH1 First Alert Weather: Strong Wind Gusts Sunday
Sunday will be a changeable day across the Granite State as a cold front sweeps through. Temperatures during the morning may be near 70, but by midday and afternoon, will be falling into the 60s. A northwesterly wind will gust as high as 30 or 40 mph during the afternoon and evening. Usually this would not be a major problem, but with fully leaved trees, a few scattered power outages are possible. Expect a mix of clouds and some sunshine during the day, and an isolated shower can't be ruled out, especially in northern parts of New Hampshire.
Monday will be another windy day, with gusts to 30 mph. After a cool morning, high temperatures should reach the 60s in northern New Hampshire and lower 70s in the Merrimack Valley. Once again, there may be a few showers in the northern half of the state during the afternoon.
Warmer air begins to move into the Granite State on Tuesday, with highs in the middle 70s north to upper 70s south. The middle of next week will feature temperatures near 80 inland, and 70s along the seacoast with afternoon seabreezes. An extended stretch of sunshine and dry conditions will likely continue into next weekend, with any showers being suppressed to our south.
Looking far ahead: More substantial warmth may begin to move into New Hampshire during Father's Day weekend, with high temperatures perhaps reaching the middle to upper 80s in parts of the state.