Nicer weather is expected to end NH school vacation week
Nothing is worse than spring break spent indoors. Most New Hampshire schools are on vacation this week, and better weather is ahead.
Wednesday will be another damp day. The steadiest rain will be during the morning. Scattered showers will continue into the afternoon, but it will remain cloudy and cool, with high temperatures generally in the 50s.
We start to turn the corner on Thursday. Clouds will dominate, but we'll find some sunny breaks developing, especially inland. The coolest temperatures and most clouds are likely near the coast, where highs may only be in the lower 60s. However, farther inland and away from the coast, sunny breaks will boost temperatures into the 65 to 70 degree range during the afternoon. Most of the day will be dry, except for some drizzle in the morning.
A warm front will be moving through on Friday. With it, we'll have a few spotty showers or a rumble of thunder, but once it passes through, partial sunshine will boost temperatures into the 70s. It may actually feel a bit 'muggy' during the afternoon, with dew points rising to near 60 degrees, which is often when we start to feel more humid, especially early in the warm season.
The weekend forecast is more of a dilemma. A cold front is expected to pass through during the weekend. We may salvage Saturday as another warm day, despite a gusty wind. Sunday likely will turn cooler with more clouds at times, but even if it does turn cooler, most of the time should be dry.