May 3, 2015 8:44 PM

NH1 7-Day extended forecast for May 4, 2015


The warming trend that began over the weekend continues as High pressure now sits off the mid-Atlantic coast. All of NH will climb well 70s today with a few spots in the southern NH reaching 80 degrees or perhaps a bit better! It will certainly have that summery feel, but there will be an increasing breeze later in the day that has prompted a FIRE WEATHER WATCH from noon to 8pm today. The rest of the week will continue to feature above normal temperatures as well with highs in the low 70s.
Most of the week will be dominated by sunshine, but a weak cold front will move through Tuesday morning. This front will produce a few showers out ahead of it starting very late tonight and lasting into late Tuesday morning and it's possible you may hear a rumble of thunder in the northern and western part of the state. Otherwise, most of the shower activity will be dwindling down as they move southeast across the Granite state during the morning. Conditions will be drying out for Tuesday afternoon and endure through the rest of the work week. This, of course will really increase the pollen levels as everything will suddenly be going into bloom at once.
Another warm front will near the New England for the upcoming weekend and that means there will be a threat of showers developing by then. We’ll just have to wait another day or two to see how things will be timing out for us.
Have a great week!


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