The frontal boundary that brought us yesterday’s round of showers and storms hasn’t gone very far this morning. Patches of clouds are noted along this boundary on satellite imagery this morning, so we’ll have to wait for another day to see bluebird skies return. The morning should be mostly dry as we wait for patchy sunshine to push temps high enough to support convection. That should happen around lunchtime when storms will begin to pop up in the mountains. During the afternoon, these storms will drift towards the coast with heavy rain, lightning, and the potential for gusty winds/small hail. Just like yesterday, not everyone will see a shower or storm today and those that do won’t have to deal with the rain for long. Just be ready to duck inside for a few minutes if you’re headed outdoors this afternoon.
High temps today will range from the low/mid 70s up north to the low/mid 80s in southern NH.