River flooding continues along the Barton River near Coventry and the Connecticut River from roughly Groveton, NH to Haverhill, NH. Minor flooding is also occurring along the shores of Lake Champlain. Flood warnings continue for those rivers and Lake Champlain until further notice; it will take quite a while for water levels to drop.
Tuesday evening and Wednesday, a cold front moves through. It’ll bring clouds and scattered rain overnight. I can’t rule out a rumble of thunder or two but there’s no chance of severe weather. Lows Tuesday night will be in the high 30s & low to mid 40s but Wednesday’s highs will struggle; we’ll only get to the high 40s & low 50s. West/northwest winds will be going at 10-20mph making it feel a bit cool and raw. Skies will stay mostly cloudy with spotty light rain lingering through dinner time. Most of that light rain will be over northern areas, the more south you go, the drier you’ll be. Overall rain amounts will be around a tenth of an inch to a quarter of an inch. That’s not enough to create more flooding.
Thursday will trend partly sunny and seasonable with highs in the upper 50s. That’s your day to get anything done, it’ll be beautiful. Friday through early next week, rain returns. The steadiest rain will be Friday with off and on showers Saturday & Sunday; highs stay in the low to mid 50s
I hope you’re having a great week!
-Chief Meteorologist Sean Parker