Today will feature another round of afternoon showers and thunderstorms as pockets of cooler air aloft continue to provide instability across the area. Skies will start off mostly sunny this morning before becoming mostly cloudy this afternoon as instability is generated by the contrast between warming air near the ground and cooling air aloft. Any one of these afternoon clouds will be capable of dropping some rain and gusty winds given the setup. The best chance for a severe storm (producing winds strong enough to maybe cause a power outage or two) will be in southern NH and far SW ME where more instability will be present. These storms shouldn’t last too long so if one drifts by your area, just duck inside for a few minutes to let it pass. Shower activity will fade around and after sunset as we lose daytime heating.
High temps will remain seasonably cool, ranging from the upper 60s up north to the upper 70s in southern NH.