Aug 21, 2015 7:14 PM
The heat is gone, but the humidity remains. A front divides the state on Saturday and stalls along the coast. This will ensure low clouds at the beaches and light north-northeast winds will keep the clouds in place. Inland, especially in the White Mountains, and western valleys, you could be be just close enough to the high pressure system following behind the front for some partly sunny skies with highs in the 70's and lower 80's.
For those in the clouds, in southern NH and at the coast, you will be closer to the front Saturday so you will have the best chance of a few pop up showers or a T'storm. Not a wash out, but something to watch for.
Sunday will have a better chance of a few showers, with a better chance inland farther away from the coast. Again, any shower that develops will have the potential for heavy rain because of the humidity.
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