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Bring It!

Posted by Chris Lambert

Well deserved nice weather slides in here for the next couple of days, and if you've been itching for summer-like heat and humidity, Mother Nature is bringing it in by the end of the week.

Before we talk about temps near 90, we need to talk about one more cool overnight.  As skies quickly clear this evening, temps drop off fast and many of the suburbs start off tomorrow morning in the middle to upper 30s.  Patchy frost is possible in southern NH.  Despite a cool start, Memorial Day features a fantastic rebound with highs running into the lower 70s, low humidity and mostly sunny skies.

Tuesday's another comfortable day before Wednesday rumbles in here with scattered storms, more humid weather and a lot of clouds.  That unsettled weather is thanks to a warm front.  That warm moves north of us by Thursday... meaning from that point on, the heat is on.

Thursday afternoon nears 90 degrees, with 90 likely on Friday and lower 90s on Saturday.  Sunday looks to be another warm day with temps well into the 80s, if not near 90 again.  Sunday may finish with storms as a cold front breaks the pattern.   Records highs Thursday-Sunday are 96 degrees each day.  While it's not in the forecast to set new records, it'll certainly be the warmest weather we've had since last summer.

Have a good one!  

Posted 05/26/13, 5:55pm
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