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NH1 Weather Insider with Ryan Breton: June 4, 2016

NH1 Meteorologist

There's no question about it: Saturday is the best day for outdoor activities this weekend. Any early low clouds or fog near the seacoast will give way to a mixture of sun and clouds. High temperatures will be in the 80s inland. A light wind will cause a seabreeze to develop, cooling the seacoast during the afternoon. Highs near the coast will be in the 70s.

Clouds will increase and thicken Saturday night. Expect clouds, drizzle, and scattered showers Sunday morning. Steadier rain will likely develop during the midday and early afternoon. Periods of rain will continue during the afternoon. Some of the rain will be heavy at times. The very heaviest rain is likely to occur overnight Sunday night. You may even hear the rumble of thunder. In total, 1 to 2 inches of rain is likely across New Hampshire. Flooding of rivers or streams is not a concern, since it has been so dry lately. However, flooding of poor-drainage or low-lying areas is possible in the heaviest downpours.

With an onshore wind, Sunday will be much cooler than Saturday. Highs will generally be in the 60s statewide.

The rain will depart early Monday morning from southwest to northeast, leaving us with a mild mix of sunshine and clouds during the day Monday. It may be breezy at times as well.

The middle part of next week will be unsettled with chances of showers and perhaps a thunderstorm Tuesday or Wednesday. Tuesday will be a warm day with highs nearing 80, but cooler air is likely to move in Wednesday. Highs may only be in the lower half of the 70s at best from Wednesday through Friday.

Have a great weekend!

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