Sep 2, 2015 11:30 PM
NH1 Weather Insider with Joe Joyce: September 3, 2015
NH1 Chief Meteorologist
What can be said that has not already been said a million times this week? It is one of those weather patterns where you start to feel like a broken record and everyday feels like Groundhog Day the Movie! Not that I am complaining! The weather can change so quickly around here...so I know to always appreciate the good while it lasts. Thursday will be a changeable day...or shall we say the transition day before we get to the goods?! Thursday will start off with some patchy fog and partly sunny skies. Dewpoints will be in the 60's, so a humid feel to the air will be in place all day. We will be tracking a cold front sliding into New Hampshire during the afternoon. Ahead of the front, temperatures will be warm with highs climbing into the mid 80's. A few scattered showers along with an isolated thunderstorm will likely pop as this front passes during the mid-late afternoon hours. Clouds with scattered showers will last into the evening before tapering off by midnight.
High pressure will be following in for Friday. Early clouds will erode during the morning giving way to sunshine, low humidity and a breeze from the NE. It will be a refreshing day with highs in the Lwr-mid 70's...a slight feel of fall! So nice! Temps will continue to fall into the Lwr-mid 50's overnight with clear skies and the rush of cooler dry Canadian air. The high will sit over us for most of the Labor Day weekend ensuring sunshine, comfortable weather with gradually warming temps starting near 80 on Saturday and warming into the mid-upper 80s by Sunday. A huge upper level ridge in place will keep the unseasonal warmth in place right into next week with highs climbing to near 90 or higher with a more humid airmass in place. A very dry stretch of weather with very little chance of rain. Better hope you get under a shower today...because that could be the last drink of water for a while!