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Jun 21, 2015 8:25 PM

NH1 Weather Insider: June 22, 2015

Source: NH1.com

Well, it’s officially summer now, but there’s no sign of and hot temperatures (90 degrees or higher) coming our way for the next 10 days the way I see it. In fact, temperatures look to be rather seasonable or slightly on the cool side of normal for the most part through the end of the month.
The warmest days this week will be Monday and Tuesday. Monday will start off with a little bit of cloudiness, but skies will become at least partly sunny statewide with highs climbing into the upper 70s and lower 80s. However, The air will be a bit unsettled and so a pop up brief shower or sprinkle can't be ruled out. Tuesday will feature Low pressure to our north moving along the Canadian border. That will cause temperatures to once again climb into the 80s, but this time it will be somewhat muggy and as a cold front approaches a line of showers and thunderstorms will be developing. There should two rounds of storms, the first in the mid morning and the second after 2PM into the early evening. It’s possible that some of the storms could become severe so make sure to keep an eye to the sky and check back for updates.
In the wake of the cold frontal passage Tuesday night, both Wednesday and Thursday look quite nice with a mixture of sun and clouds and readings mainly in the 70s.
Have a great week!


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