If were able to sleep early this morning, then you missed quite a wild night weather-wise. Don’t worry, a repeat isn’t on the horizon.
The storm system that brought heavy rain and strong winds to the region overnight will head up into southeastern Canada today, but we’ll still feel it’s impact. Depending on how early you read this, it may still be raining, but that should end during the morning hours. While we won’t have winds gusting to hurricane force this afternoon like we did this morning, westerly winds behind the storm will still be fairly strong. Skies should clear out late today as high pressure starts to build in. This will bring us sunshine for Tuesday, but it will still remain breezy. Wednesday will start sunny, but clouds start to move in during the afternoon. After that, we jump on the roller coaster.
A warm front will cross the region on Thursday, bringing some showers with it. The warm front will extend southeastward from a storm moving across the Great Lakes. This will result in a warm day on Friday as the storm passes to our north. However, it will drag a cold front across the region, which may produce a few more showers. High pressure starts to build in from the north on Saturday, bringing some cooler weather to the area. Clouds quickly return on Saturday as a weak system moves out of the Ohio Valley towards the area. This will bring more showers in for Saturday night and Sunday. Unlike the last storm, it will be much cooler this time around. In fact, many places may struggle to reach 50 for highs on Sunday (Saturday too, for that matter). Add in the clouds and rain, and it may feel like a miserable day to be outside for any reason. Believe it or not, we could even see some wet snowflakes mix in as the rain moves in early Sunday morning, mainly across southern New Hampshire.
Monday: Any lingering showers early this morning, then sunshine develops in the afternoon. Winds slowly diminish as well. High 60-67 early, dropping in the afternoon.
Monday night: Becoming mostly clear, still breezy. Low 40-47.
Tuesday: Sunshine and a few clouds, breezy again. High 52-59
Tuesday night: High clouds start streaming into the region with winds finally diminishing. Low 34-41.
Wednesday: Some filtered sunshine early, then clouds thicken up in the afternoon. High 50-57.
Thursday: Partly to mostly cloudy with a few showers possible. High 57-64.
Friday: More clouds than sunshine, chance for a few showers, especially late in the day. High 63-70.
Saturday: Partly to mostly sunny, clouds come back at night though. High 48-55.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with some showers likely, possibly mixed with a little wet snow in southern New Hampshire early in the day. High 47-54.