Rain will continue off and on through Tuesday morning. Winds will get lighter but remain breezy from the south at 10-20mph; gusts will be near 30mph. A few claps of thunder will be possible with a small amount of instability, otherwise expect cloudy skies and temperatures slowly dropping by morning. Rain will keep falling through the morning but there are signs of a dry slot of air moving in after lunch. Clouds may even break away allowing for some sun; highs will get into the upper 50s. As quickly as the rain ends Tuesday afternoon, it fills back in again Wednesday. In fact, we've got a large area of low pressure in the upper levels of the atmosphere spinning right over us. That will keep intermittent rain falling on the northeast all week. Accumulating snow will be possible in the highest peaks. With the rain will come cloudiness, that means highs will suffer. Expect a cool and raw stretch of high temperatures in the low 50s with lows in the mid 30s; for those scoring at home 57°/37° are our averages.
New Hampshire stands to get the most rain out of all this; localized totals through midweek near 1.5"-2.5" will be possible. A flood watch is in effect through Wednesday morning, rivers and poor drainage areas will be need to be monitored. The latest river forecasts can be found here
, any dot that is yellow is getting close to flood stage.
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-Meteorologist Sean Parker