Humidity builds in NH, rain for Saturday

Marie Harrington
August 14, 2017

Today: Partly sunny, less humid.

Meteorologist Sarah Fletcher says the weather pattern will stay unsettled, keeping the chance for showers and storms in the forecast through the middle of the week. The weather also looks sunny for the eclipse on Monday, 8/21. Wind: SE 5-10. Low: 71. Temperatures in the morning are staying mild in the mid to upper 60s. The Storm Prediction Center has also highlighted northwestern CT as a part of an area of "marginal risk" for severe-level wind and hail in a few thunderstorms. More scattered showers and storms move in Monday with temperatures a little cooler in the upper 80s from more clouds and rain. While a few showers are possible in the afternoon, more showers and storms will be moving in late that night into Wednesday morning. Thursday will be similar, with mostly sunny skies, very low humidity, and high temperatures in the lower 80s. Luckily, this storm will be far enough east and out to sea to have much impact on our weather in southern New England.

Emerging sun and lower humidity end the weekend on a high note!

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High 79F. Winds N at 10 to 15 miles per hour.

Friday will be partly sunny with a slight risk of a PM shower or storm. On Tuesday and Wednesday, we still have sunny skies, but the high temperature climbs a bit each day.

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