Clouds Return Today

Hello everyone!

After a lovely couple days under high pressure this weekend, clouds will begin to return ahead of our next disturbance today. Thankfully with winds in the mid/upper levels out of the NW and most of the cloud cover located to our west/southwest, it will take until this evening for most of us to see overcast skies. Temps will remain on the cooler side today as we’re still being influenced by strong Canadian high pressure. Look for highs ranging from 55 in the north to 65 in the south.

-Jack

Cold Front Brings A Quick Round Of Showers Today

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Today will feature a quick round of showers as a cold front crosses the region from west to east. Ahead of the front this morning, look for clouds to increase from NW to SE. The front will enter the mountains during the late afternoon timeframe before moving SE during the evening and eventually departing the coast a little after sunset. Along the boundary, expect a brief period of showers along with the chance for a rumble or two of thunder. Given the lack of instability, no severe weather is expected.

Both temperatures and humidity will be on the rise today with highs ranging from 75 in the north to a few degrees above 80 in the south.

-Jack

Calm Weather Returns Today

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Today will feature the return of calmer weather as high pressure moves in behind yesterday’s cold front. Aside from some low clouds in the favored mountain upslope zones this morning, today should be mostly sunny. High temps will range from 60 in the north to 75 in the south with dew points falling back into the 40’s. Enjoy the great weather!

-Jack

Cold Front Brings Clouds And A Few Showers Today

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A cold front will cross the area today and as it does, expect increased clouds and the development of some showers. The clouds are already here across western parts of the area, and will arrive shortly along the coast. Showers will move into western NH early in the afternoon (around 2-3 PM) before moving east later in the afternoon. Just about everyone will see some rain, but the steadiest and heaviest rain will be in the north. High temps today will range from 70 in the north to a little above 80 in the south.

-Jack

Quiet Weather Returns Today

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Today will feature quiet weather as high pressure builds in from the west. Satellite imagery shows a far amount of low cloud cover in the favored upslope parts of the mountains as well as in northeastern parts of the area closer to low pressure in New Brunswick. Between the rising sun and the incoming high pressure, expect sunshine to expand over the course of the day. By sunset, just about everyone will see mostly clear skies.

High temps will range from 55 in the north to 75 in southern NH with comfortably low dew points. Enjoy the nice weather!

-Jack

Turning Cooler Today

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Today will feature cooler temps especially for NW parts of the area as a cold front brings temporary relief from the recent warm and humid airmass. The cool air will be arriving in the northern part of the area first, and high temps there are likely to end up around 60 degrees. Farther south, another mild day is expected with high temps in the mid 70’s. Thankfully, dew points will also be on the decline across the area and by this evening we’ll all be enjoying a comfortably dry airmass.

Our cool and dry airmass will be arriving more quickly aloft today than at the surface, which means we’ll have some instability developing especially over NE parts of the region. This instability along with a weak surface boundary will support the development of some showers north and east of Lewiston during the afternoon hours. These showers should be relatively brief and won’t have much overall impact, though a rumble or two of thunder is possible.

-Jack

More Unseasonably Warm Weather Today

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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