Scattered Afternoon Thunderstorms Tuesday
Temperatures will be warming and becoming more humid today ahead of a strong cold front which will sweep across the state during the afternoon. Highs will be in the 70's in the north and central part of the state. In southern New Hampshire, high temps could climb to 80-85 degrees. This area will likely have the best chance for stronger to severe storms to develop. Any severe storm which does develop will come with gusty damaging winds and the potential for small hail. and very heavy rain. The best window for strong storms will be between 3-7 PM. The front will sweep off the coast tonight with cooler drier air following in overnight with lows in the 40's. Winds will be turning onshore with a cooler marine flow off the water for Wednesday which will help to keep temps in the 60's and only in the 50's at the coast. Clouds will be around in the morning mixing in with partial sunshine during the day. A front will remain stalled south of New England for the rest of the week. We will remain on the dry side of the front. Warming temps on Thursday back in the 70's before another front pushes through and drops temps back into the lwr-mid 60's for Friday. The remants of a weak tropical disturbance will be pushing up into the Northeast by Saturday.The day will start off dry, but showers will likely arrive during the afternoon with cooler temps only in the 50's. Sunday will be warmer with back into the 70's ahead of a cold front which will likey triger a few late day showers or a thunderstorm. This week will be remembered for the temperatures shifting warm to cool so quickly with simple wind shifts.