Jun 7, 2015 7:35 PM

NH1 Weather Insider with Meteorologist Bill Gile for June 8, 2015


As winds become more southerly for Monday along with an approaching trough of Low pressure we will see a lot of clouds and a threat of showers moving in from the west from late Monday morning and lasting into the evening. In general, rain amounts for southeastern NH do not look to be very impressive, but there will be a few isolated spots that get a heavier shower or two. Nonetheless, we will take whatever rainfall we can get. Central and northern NH stands the best chance of receiving some of the heaviest showers and therefore higher rain totals.

It appears that another weak front will have a greater impact on us Tuesday than I thought yesterday and that means a couple more showers or perhaps an afternoon thunderstorm or two can be expected, especially for communities closer to the CT River valley.

Warmer temperatures will also follow for Tuesday through Thursday accompanied by climbing dewpoint readings which will also make it feel a little bit on the muggy side through the period. I expect the region to remain dry and very warm Wednesday, but as Thursday afternoon arrives there may be just enough instability in the air ahead of another frontal complex combined with mid 80 degree heat to generate scattered late day thunderstorms. After that, somewhat cooler air will then carry us into the next weekend, but it may still be somewhat unsettled as an area of Low pressure will hanging around in eastern Canada. Right now, I’m only expecting partly sunny skies for the weekend with a low threat of a shower or two around.

Have a great week!


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