Aug 7, 2015 8:05 PM
Saturday will pretty much be a repeat of Friday as High pressure moves to our north and low pressure tracks off the mid-Atlantic states to our south. The offshore low will remain far enough off the coast that we will remain dry on Saturday so expect a sunny start with clouds mixing in for the afternoon. However, another wave of Low pressure will follow the first one for Sunday and it may creep a bit closer to New England, but it too will remain out at sea and the only real affect it will have on us is to kick up the surf along the coast. There will be more clouds around Sunday and a spot shower in western and northern NH, but nothing that looks to ruin any outdoor plans you have. Since there'll be more clouds Sunday highs will be in the mid and upper 70s.
Monday will see the low pull away and some weak upper level ridging which will bring more sunshine and temperatures closer to 80. Another slow moving weather system will arrive early Tuesday and endure into Wednesday bringing back some of the mugginess and occasional showers both days along with a better threat of thunderstorms Wednesday.