May 28, 2016 10:41 PM
NH1 Weather Insider with meteorologist Bill Gile for May 29, 2016
The wind will turn onshore, coming in off of the ocean for Sunday following the passage of a "backdoor" front. The seacoast will be coolest with clouds, patchy fog and drizzle with high temperatures only in the low 60s. Western New Hampshire will be warmest on Sunday; the Upper Valley may reach 80 degrees. From the Lakes Region to Nashua, highs on Sunday will mainly be in the 70s. Expect more clouds than sun overall, and a shower or thunderstorm is possible late in the day.
Memorial Day will be unsettled with occasional showers and thunderstorms as a cold front approaches the region. Moisture from a tropical system (Tropical Storm "Bonnie") off of the southeastern United States is likely to move into New England. When it rains on Monday, it could rain quite hard and any storms could produce strong gusty winds and small hail, but it is unlikely to rain the entire day and there can be breaks of sunshine between the showers and especially during the late afternoon. Have a "plan B" in case you need to move your holiday plans inside. Even tough it will be cloudy with showers, temperatures will be muggy as they climb into the mid and upper 70s on Monday. Check back with NH1 News for important updates this weekend on the exact timing of the showers and storms.
The middle of next week looks delightful with sunshine and temperatures in the 80s. Seabreezes will likely cool the coast Wednesday and Thursday. The nice weather should continue into Friday.
Happy Memorial Day!