Jun 10, 2016 7:21 PM

NH1 First Alert Weather with meteorologist Bill Gile for June 11, 2016

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Sunshine and chilly temperatures will start our Saturday off, but clouds will be taking over by midday and scattered showers will develop during the afternoon afternoon as a weak warm front moves through the region. It's possible a thundershower may survive its' trip from NY state during the late afternoon and early evening, but otherwise mainly cloudy skies will prevail. Highs will reach the upper 60s and low 70s.

cloudy skies and a stray shower linger Saturday night. Then a cold front will push through Sunday morning so a shower is possible to start our Sunday, but following the front we'll see some sunshine develop. However, most notably will be the strong, gusty and potentially damaging northwest winds returning that could cause power outages in some spots. These winds will be gusting 30-40mph and last into Monday. Highs will only be the 50s and 60s Sunday with more clouds filling back in during the afternoon to create another threat for showers, especially in northern NH.

A broad area of Low pressure will be hanging around over New Brunswick Canada Monday and Tuesday so we'll still be on the cool side of things, but by the middle and latter portion of next week High pressure will return with a good deal of sun and temperatures climbing back into the upper 70s to near 80 degrees.

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