May 28, 2015 11:30 PM

NH1 Weather Insider with Joe Joyce: May 29, 2015

NH1 Chief Meteorologist -

Bye Bye heat and humidity! 91 Tuesday, 92, Wednesday, 89 Thursday....ONE degree short of an official heat wave. Strong and even severe Thunderstorms Thursday put an end to those muggies and swept all those heat wave blues away! It feels so nice to have the dry air again. But as we know the weather is constantly changing, so we look towards the next weather maker!

A quiet weather day on Friday with weak high pressure overhead. Light onshore SE winds will make it considerably cooler at the coast in the 60's, while inland will be closer to near 80 with a mix of sun and clouds.

High pressure pulls off the coast Saturday with warmer SW winds bringing temperatures back into the mid 80's by afternoon. SW winds will help to warm the seacoast, so if you are looking for beach weather...Saturday will be your day! Sunny to Partly sunny skies with some increasing clouds during the afternoon. There could even be a few scattered late day showers or a thunderstorm in the north country. Those scattered showers and storms are part of a stronger cold front which will begin to push into New England this weekend. More widespread scattered showers and storms are likely Saturday Night as the front sinks into New Hampshire.

The front will be slow to push through New England this weekend. In fact, it may stall over Southern new England Sunday! At dawn on Sunday, I think the front will still be sitting over New Hampshire with lingering rain. Heavier rain will be shifting south on Sunday, still showers may linger across SNH right through lunch time Sunday. Worst case scenario would be lingering showers into the afternoon as well. Close call. It will be drier norther of Concord Sunday, but still cloudy. Not ideal weather right there. Temperatures will only be in the 60's and 50's at the coast. Hmm. Make the best of Saturday! Estimate rainfall will range from .25-.75" which would be a beneficial soaking rainfall, but the timing is just not great.

High pressure follows in for the the rest of the week with increasing sunshine. Temperatures will remain seasonally cool through midweek with cooler onshore winds in the 60's, Lwr 60's at the beaches. Temperatures will get warmer towards the end of next week likely by next Thursday.


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