Temperatures remained below normal today under mostly sunny skies. We trade in the cooler temperatures for more clouds, thunderstorms, and humid conditions midweek.
Tonight - Increasing clouds with lows around 50 degrees.
Tuesday - A very interesting weather scenario will be in place tomorrow. Warm air moving into Maine and New Hampshire will help to create an extremely unstable air mass. The Storm Prediction Center has put western Maine and most of New Hampshire at a slight risk for severe storms. Biggest concerns with these storms will be large hail and damaging winds. Storms will start up during the morning in northern New Hampshire and the mountains. The threat of storms continues through the day. Highs warm into the 70s under partly sunny skies and you will start to notice the rise in humidity.
Extended Forecast - Things will feel like August outside Wednesday with hot and humid conditions. Scattered thunderstorms are possible during the afternoon. More widespread showers Thursday. That will be the last day with warm temps and humid conditions. Showers clear out Friday morning and temperatures drop back into the 60s.