Typical early August weather expected this week for NH
Last week was a bit of a downer for those on vacation. There were some nice days, but a couple of days were far from beach days with clouds and a cool onshore wind.
The pattern has flipped completely for this week, with a ridge of high pressure establishing itself on the east coast. It won't be a very hot or very humid week, but temperatures will be a bit above normal and humidity will gradually increase as the week progresses.
A few pop-up showers and storms are possible Monday afternoon in northern New Hampshire.
Tuesday looks sunny and dry with fairly low humidity. Highs will be in the mid 80s.
It will start to turn more humid on Wednesday with highs in the mid to upper 80s.
The most humid days will probably be Thursday and Friday. Neither will be washouts, but scattered showers and thunderstorms will pop both afternoons.
A cold front will move in on Saturday, bringing a higher risk for downpours and soaking thunderstorms. Right now, it looks like that front will clear for Sunday, with cooler and drier air building in.