Today will feature more weather similar to what we saw yesterday, with muggy and generally unsettled conditions expected to continue. Most of the heavy rain associated with a deep plume of tropical moisture remains to our west this morning, and we’ll continue to occupy its eastern fringe for most of the day today. As it drifts in our direction, showers will increase in coverage and intensity across New Hampshire this afternoon, before moving into Maine overnight tonight into early tomorrow morning. These showers will be capable of producing very heavy rainfall rates, so watch for localized flooding in the typically susceptible spots.
Highs will remain seasonably cool today, ranging from 70 along the Midcoast to 80 in the northwestern mountains and southern New Hampshire. Despite the “cooler” temps, the humidity will make things uncomfortable despite the lack of heat. Skies will be mostly cloudy outside of far northwestern parts of the area where downsloping will be taking place in SE flow.
Winter is coming, eventually.