Sep 1, 2015 11:48 PM

NH1 Weather Insider with Joe Joyce: September 2, 2015

NH1 Chief Meteorologist

With the 3 warmest months of the year behind us I guess it is time to move on to football and cider donuts! Not so fast! A huge upper level ridge is getting ready to take control of our weather which will mean days of dry weather with unseasonably warm temperatures for this time of year! A warm front pushes off the coast Wednesday morning with a wind shift back over to the SW. This will bring in warmer more humid air by the afternoon. Wall to wall sunshine is expected Wednesday with highs in the upper 80's and Lwr 90's. Much warmer temps are expected at the beaches as well. Forget about the seabreeze which knocked temps into the Lwr 70's Tuesday. Highs on Wednesday at the beaches will be well inot the 80's. Make sure you find ways to stay cool and drink the water! Wednesday night will be mild and muggy with clear skies and patchy fog in the 60's. Thursday will be humid as well with a cold front entering New Hampshire. The cold front will trigger scattered showers and a thunderstorm in the afternoon with highs in the 80's.

Once the front pushes through and off the coast Friday, winds will shift to the NE and cool down the beaches again into the Lwr 70's. Early low clouds may be an issue on Friday but increasing sunshine is expected with building high pressure from Canada. The high will be sliding right down over us for the Labor Day weekend to ensure amazing weather with sunshine, lower humidity. Saturday will be close to perfect in the Lwr 80's. More of SW wind will develop on Sunday with a warmer feel in the mid-upper 80's. Highs will be approaching 90 on Labor day with still plenty of sunshine to squeeze out for all the summer lovers who just can't get enough! This weekend is setting up to be one Classic Labor Day weekend so get your plans ready! I will see you at the Thomas Point Bluegrass festival in Brunswick, ME where I will be camping with my 3 boys! I hope to see y'all there! Come say Hello!


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