Our Monday morning will start off with a good deal of clouds as the left-over upper level low from Sunday’s rain event crosses over northern NH. Drying westerly winds behind the departing system will allow for sunshine to be developing by late Monday morning and continue into the afternoon with highs in the lower-mid 70's. However, the air will still be just a bit unsettled so there could be a stray pop up sprinkle during the afternoon, particularly around the mountains.
Tuesday will continue to warm 75-80 with increasing afternoon clouds and SW winds ahead of the next approaching weather system. A warm front will be pressing into New England Tuesday night and Wednesday morning which will produce a shower or two. A cold front will follow suit for late Wednesday that will trigger its own round of showers and perhaps a thunderstorm for the afternoon/evening.
Once that cold front clears out Wednesday night, things look pretty nice for Thursday. Highs on Wednesday and Thursday will be in the mid-upper 70s, which is still just a bit below normal. Friday and Saturday may end up being a bit problematic (which are also big nights for fireworks displays)! While I expect there to be partial sunshine each day, there will also be a risk for scattered showers in the area as our long computer model guidance suggest a general area of Low pressure to be in the vicinity of the Northeast. The timing and placement of any shower threat is certainly likely to change and be adjusted over the next couple of days so check back for updates and tune in to NH1 News for all the latest forecasts during the week as the Holiday weekend approaches.