Today will feature a return to nicer weather as yesterday’s storm system moves east of Nova Scotia. Expect patchy morning fog in some of the valleys to clear out quickly in the next few hours, with full sunshine for the rest of the day. Temps will range from 65 in the north and along the coast to 80 in southern NH and adjacent parts of SW ME. No precip is expected anywhere in the region today. Enjoy the lovely weather!
A frontal boundary bisects the region this morning with cool and relatively dry air from Canada on the northern side, and muggier air from the Gulf of Mexico on the southern side. The best weather today will be farther to the north where temps will rise into the low to mid 70’s under partly to mostly sunny skies. Some clouds will filter in this afternoon, but no precip is expected north of Route 2.
Farther south, the front is providing plenty of cloud cover this morning. These clouds will stick around through the rest of the day, which will keep temps a bit lower in the upper 60’s to low 70’s. A wave of low pressure will develop along the front this afternoon, and will bring fairly widespread rain to southern/coastal areas beginning 9-10 AM in southern NH before moving into SW Maine in the 11 AM – 1 PM timeframe. Given good moisture availability and some instability, some of this rain will fall in the form of convective showers which could be heavy at times and may even produce a rumble or two of thunder. The best chance for these showers will be along the northern edge of the rain, stretching from Hanover NH east to the Midcoast.
Rain will depart quickly from west to east this evening as the low moves offshore.
Today will feature a return to pleasant early-summer weather across the region as high pressure drifts by to our south. Some clouds are noted on satellite imagery this morning ahead of a cold front to our west, but that system should remain far enough away to keep us mostly dry and mostly sunny.
There will be two exceptions to the mostly dry rule today, the first of which will be western/southwestern NH this morning. An area of light rain is noted on radar imagery and confirmed with ground observations in southern VT, and will put down a few raindrops as it moves east over the next couple hours. A return to sunshine will follow shortly after the rain departs. The other chance for a shower will be found across far NW parts of the area this evening as the front in Quebec drifts slightly closer.
High temps today will be pleasantly warm ranging from 70 in the north to 80 in southern NH. Temps along the coast will be slightly cooler, in the mid to upper 60’s.
Today’s weather will be a bit unsettled but generally nice as an upper level low drifts by to our north. There are plenty of clouds around this morning, some of which will burn off in the next few hours especially near the coast. The midday hours will see more clouds pop up, some of which will produce brief showers. This afternoon, those showers will become more widespread north of route 2 where a rumble or two of thunder is possible. South of route 2, some brief showers are possible but otherwise dry weather will prevail. The farther south you go, the drier you’ll be.
High temps will range from 60 in the mountains to 70 in areas just away from the coastline. The immediate coastline will see temps around 65 as winds turn slightly onshore this afternoon.
Today will feature deteriorating weather conditions as a coastal storm moves up from the Mid Atlantic. Yes, you read that right. A coastal storm is advancing up the coast this morning, in the middle of June. If we had this same atmospheric setup in the wintertime, I’d be talking about a widespread 8-16″ of snow. Alas, you can’t always get what you want.
In any case, patchy morning sunshine this morning over northeastern areas will quickly fade to overcast skies by midday. Rain will begin falling in southern NH in the next 1-2 hours before advancing swiftly northward. By noon it will be raining in nearly all of NH and parts of SW ME. By 2 PM, everyone in the region will be seeing rain. Rain will fall heavily at times, but shouldn’t accumulate to more than a half inch or so, which will keep any flooding concerns minimal.
Between the clouds and strengthening onshore flow, today’s high temps will be on the cooler side ranging from 45 in the White Mountains to 60 NE of Waterville where morning sunshine will hang on the longest.
Today will be a great day of seasonably warm temperatures and sunny skies as high pressure drifts overhead. Expect highs to range from 65 in the mountains and along the coastline to 80 in southern NH. Skies should remain clear for the rest of the day as our next storm system remains well to our south until tomorrow. Get outside and enjoy the lovely day!
We’ll start off the day soggy as breezy southerly winds tap into deep tropical moisture surging north ahead of a cold front. Rain is widespread as of this writing at 8 AM ahead of the front which runs the length of the CT River Valley. Rain will be heavy at times for all areas ahead of the front this morning, but we’ll see rapid improvement this afternoon as the front sweeps east.
New Hampshire should ditch the rain between 10 this morning and the noontime hour. Clearing skies won’t be far behind. Farther east in Maine, expect rain to clear out between noon and 2 PM for all except far NE parts of the area which will stay ahead of the front for a little longer. The entire area should be enjoying clear skies in time for sunset.
High temperatures today will range from a little below 60 in the mountains near Sugarloaf to 75 in southern NH.