I am not gonna lie. Our weather pattern is leaving little to be desired over the next several days. It will be still pretty humid right through next week with the chance of showers and thunderstorms almost every single day. Many towns will see another 1-3" of rain from now until the start of the weekend.
This Afternoon - Cloudy skies with the chance of showers and thunderstorms. Oxford, Franklin, Somerset, and northern New Hampshire are under a flash flood watch until this evening. High temperatures mostly in the 70s.
Tonight - Cloudy skies and areas of fog. Chance of showers and thunderstorms. Lows in the 50s.
Thursday - A backdoor cold front will bring slightly less humid conditions and cooler temperatures. Skies will be cloudy and we will have a few scattered showers.
Extended Forecast - The front will lift back to the north Friday. Humidity level and temperatures rise once again. Rain, heavy at times, and some thunderstorms will move into Maine and New Hampshire. The front will get hung up along the coast this weekend and into next week. The result for us means sticky conditions and the threat of showers and thunderstorms almost every day.