Storms will pop Tuesday afternoon, some may be strong
It's not very humid or warm today, but a potent disturbance and cold air in upper-levels of the atmosphere will provide enough instability to trigger widespread showers and thunderstorms.
A few showers are possible by midday, but most of the thunderstorms will come during the afternoon.
Storms are likely to fire after 1 p.m. in western New Hampshire and after 4 p.m. in eastern New Hampshire.
The main threats from these storms will be heavy rain and lightning. A few of the thunderstorms may become strong enough to produce hail and damaging wind gusts.
The threat for storms will quickly diminish after 7 p.m., as the sun sets.