Aug 29, 2015 9:01 PM

NH1 Weather Insider with meteorologist Bill Gile for August 30, 2015


A weakening area of High pressure over the region today will be just strong enough to prevent a small storm system moving in from the west to produce much more than some clouds around the area. Although a brief shower or sprinkle can't be ruled out in southernmost NH around midday or afternoon. The greatest risk for any other showers to pop up Sunday will be in western MA, Worcester county and further south down into CT.

Other than that I expect most of the entire upcoming week to be basically dry, but very warm. In fact, Tuesday we'll see some areas nearing 90 degrees and I think Wednesday stands the best chance of that occurring in much of southern NH. A bit of the mugginess tries to creep in for Monday, then retreats somewhat Tuesday before surging back in again for Wednesday and Thursday. A cold front will be dropping down from Canada Thursday evening and that looks to be our only threat for Thunderstorms to develop which should be later in the afternoon and evening hours. It then turns a bit cooler (and less humid) for Friday and the start of the weekend with readings in the low-mid 80s and a good deal of sun.


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