More Unseasonably Warm Weather Today

Hello everyone!

Today will feature more unseasonably warm and humid weather as we remain on the wrong side of a cold front moving through the Great Lakes. Expect high temps ranging from 70 in the north to 90 in southern NH this afternoon while dew points climb into the mid 60’s. Thankfully this unpleasant airmass will be departing around this time tomorrow with the passage of the aforementioned cold front.

That front will be producing showers and thunderstorms to our west today, some of which will last long enough to arrive in our area later this evening. Expect a band of showers with a few embedded rumbles of thunder to move into the CT Valley around sunset this evening before moving east during the later evening hours. If you’re headed out and about at that time, bring an umbrella but overall this front won’t be causing much trouble.

Cooler air moves back into the region tomorrow while showers redevelop under an upper level low.

-Jack

Hot And Humid Today

Hello everyone!

Unfortunately today’s weather will more closely resemble July or August than September. Southwesterly winds will continue bringing warm and humid air into the region, and plenty of sunshine will allow temps to climb to near 90 in southern NH and adjacent parts of SW ME. The rest of the area will see highs ranging from 75 in the north and along the shores of the Midcoast to 85 in the foothills. Dew points rising above 60 will make today’s airmass even more uncomfortable.

After morning fog burns off inland, this morning should end up being fairly sunny. Clouds will increase from the west this afternoon as a cold front slowly begins its approach.

-Jack

Still Warming Up Today

Hello everyone!

Today will feature a continued warming trend as southwesterly winds on the back side of strong high pressure pushes warmer air into the region. Expect high temps up a few more degrees from yesterday, ranging from 70 in the north to 85 in southern NH. Dew points will unfortunately be on the increase as well, crossing over the 60F “uncomfortable” threshold in southern areas. With the closest frontal boundary still nearly a thousand miles to our west, there will be few clouds across the region today and no precipitation.

-Jack

Warming Trend Begins Today

Hello everyone!

Today will feature warmer temps as high pressure begins sliding offshore and winds turn around to the southwest. Expect high temps to hit 70 in the north and 80 in the south. A few clouds will work into the region from the west as the warm air filters in, but we’ll enjoy plenty of sunshine especially this morning. Enjoy the nice weather!

-Jack

More Really Nice Weather Today

Hello everyone!

Strong Canadian high pressure will continue to move across the area today, leaving us with more cool and dry weather as well as plenty of sunshine once some patchy morning fog burns off inland. High temps will range from 65 in the north to a little above 70 in the south, and dew points will remain delightfully low. A few high clouds could move into northern regions this afternoon, but otherwise we’ll get another day of full sunshine. Enjoy!

-Jack

Sunnier Skies Develop Today, Temps Remain Cool

Hello everyone!

It’s going to be a pretty great day here in Northern New England as a strong area of Canadian high pressure moves overhead. Temps this morning are quite cool, and frost advisories/freeze warnings are posted for much of the area. Temps will stay cool later in the day, ranging from 55 in the north to 65 in southern NH. As far as clouds go, there are a few noted on satellite imagery over southern NH this morning, but they’re moving fairly steadily towards the south. Farther north, fog currently observed in the CT valley and other low-lying areas will clear out over the next couple hours once the sun comes up. Most of us will get to enjoy sunshine for most of the day.

Enjoy the beautiful weather!

Jack

Another Quiet Fall Day Today

Hello everyone!

Today will feature another day of relatively quiet fall weather as yet another weak upper level disturbance drops in from the north. This disturbance will look a lot like those we’ve seen over the past few days in that it will be strong enough to produce some clouds, but too moisture-starved to drop much if anything in the way of rain. The clouds will try to clear out of northern areas before sunset, but southern areas are likely stuck with overcast until later tonight.

Temps will remain comfortably cool and dry as our Canadian airmass gets reinforced by today’s disturbance. Look for highs ranging from 55 in the north to 70 in southern NH.

-Jack

Reliably hype-free weather info for Western Maine and New Hampshire from amateur forecaster Jack Sillin

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