Tropical Storm Isaias is long gone this morning and we’ll enjoy nicer conditions along with drier air in its wake. That drier air will drift into the region on WSW flow later this afternoon. First, we’re still dealing with a bit of southerly flow which means the humidity isn’t quite gone. As the drier air arrives, a few clouds will pop up along the boundary between the two airmasses (it would be too generous to deem this a cold front). Up in the mountains, a few of these clouds will become tall enough to pop off a brief shower or maybe even a thunderstorm. For the rest of us, dry weather will prevail today.
Highs will range from 75 in the north to near 90 in far southern NH. Aside from those afternoon clouds, skies will be mostly sunny today (just a few upslope stratocumulus in the mountains this morning).
As a quick note, I’m taking the next few days off to enjoy some time offline in the beautiful northern woods of Maine. I’ll be back Monday morning as per usual. The weather for the rest of this week looks fabulous with lower temps, lower humidity, sunshine (at least tomorrow), and generally dry conditions. A few more clouds and maybe some showers arrive later Friday into Saturday but overall shouldn’t be impactful. Temps will spend most of their time bouncing between 50s/low 60s at night (!) and 70s or low 80s during the day. It’s gonna be a great few days to get outside!