Aug 24, 2015 8:38 PM

NH1 Weather Insider for August 25, 2015


A cold front will be meandering its way through New England Tuesday afternoon and evening. As a result, we’ll see showers and thunderstorms developing that will last into Wednesday morning. Any of the storms that come through will be capable of producing heavy downpours that result in localized street flooding with the most likely areas being impacted by that occuring south of the lakes region. Also, some of the storms may become severe, meaning we could experience strong to possibly damaging wind gusts of 50-60mph and hail.
The front moves off the coast by Wednesday morning and there may be a lingering shower first thing, but skies will be clearing some and turning less humid during the afternoon. After that it looks like we'll have a decent stretch of comfortable conditions from Thursday through Saturday along with a good deal of sunshine.
Highs all week long will pretty much be range bound in the upper 70s and lower 80s.
Have a great week!


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