Today will feature continued warm and humid conditions as a tropical airmass continues to flow north into our region from the Gulf of Mexico. Just like yesterday, most of us will start out with low clouds and/or fog before patchy sunshine develops in some inland spots. As you get closer to the coast, your odds of sunshine will decrease. We will see some scattered shower activity develop today, especially this afternoon/evening and especially in NH. Overall though, most of us will stay mostly dry until later tonight when heavy rain begins to move in from the southwest. Rain will be heaviest tomorrow morning as a cold front swings through. We’ll also have to watch out for some gusty winds, though it’s not quite clear if we’ll be able to tap into enough of the strong wind aloft to get concerned about power outages. Right now, I think the concern is relatively minimal.
High temps today will range from the mid 60s along the coastline to the upper 70s or low 80s in central NH.