Today’s weather will look nearly identical to yesterday’s as winds across the region remain out of the south/southeast. This means that parts of the interior, especially southern NH, will be hot and humid yet again. It also means that the coastline will continue to enjoy reasonable temps, even though it’ll still be quite humid. Expect highs ranging from the low 90s in southern NH and parts of far interior ME (Fryeburg-Farmington) to the low/mid 70s along the immediate coast. The I-95 corridor will again see temps in the low to mid 80s.
Cloud coverage will also follow a pattern similar to what we saw yesterday. Low clouds and fog are entrenched across much of the region this morning, but they will burn off as the sun comes up. This sunshine will combine with the heat and humidity to support another round of widely scattered showers and storms in the mountains and in central/southern NH. Just like yesterday, the primary threats associated with these storms will be heavy rain and lightning.
Showers and thunderstorms will become more widespread tomorrow.