Severe weather in New Hampshire: warnings issued

Severe thunderstorm warning dropped for New Hampshire



WITH YOUR STORMWATCH FORECAST 9. AND OVER THESE NEXT HOURS YOU WILL NOTICE SOME AMOUNTS, SOME OF THE ACTIVITY UNTIL THE STORM. AND THE GOOD NEWS IS THE WORST. HE CAME AND DEPARTED AT THIS POINT. WE HAVE SEEN A FEW SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PASSING OVER PARTS OF THE STATE EARLIER AND WE STILL HAVE A FEW SHOWERS AND A ROLLER OR TWO AS WE DRIVE THROUGH THESE NEXT HOURS. BUT THE SEVERE THREAT WILL RAPIDLY DIMINISH HERE AS WE SPEND THE REST OF THE EVENING RIGHT NOW IN MANCHESTER. YES. THERE ARE A FEW CLOUDS ACROSS THERE AND A FEW LIGHT SHOWERS STILL PUSHING TO 73 DEGREES. CURRENT TEMPERATURE MUCH COOLER THAN WE WERE THIS TIME YESTERDAY, BUT ALSO A LITTLE HUMIER THAN YESTERDAY AT THESE DEW POINTS IN THE MID 60S. SO HERE’S THE PATTERN. THE SATELLITE AND RADAR, OF COURSE, HAVE BEEN VERY ACTIVE THROUGHOUT THE DAY THROUGHOUT DATE TODAY. A LOW STILL JUST OUR WEST IN THIS COLD FRONT SOUTH OF IT WILL POSSIBLY HAPPEN AS WE PASS TONIGHT AND TOMORROW. AND THIS WILL SET US UP FOR SOME GOOD CONDITIONS THIS WEEKEND. JUST ZOOMING IN NOW A LITTLE DOWNPOUR NORTH OF PLAISTOW BETWEEN PLAISTOW KINGSTON AND THIS IS HEADING EAST. LITTLE SHOWERS OVER DERRY AS WELL. A FEW GENERAL SHOWERS EXTENDING OVER BARRINGTON AND STRATFORD TOWARDS ROCHESTER. A FEW LIGHT SHOWERS AT THIS TIME. MILTON INCOMING ON A LITTLE DOWNPOUR, TOO. SO GENERAL SHOWER ACTIVITY IS WHAT WE GOT THE SAME WHEN YOU HEAD NORTH INTO COAST COUNTY THROUGH COLEBROOK AND PITTSBURGH SEE ALL SOME SPRINKLING RIGHT NOW. BUT REALLY THE STRONGEST STORM HAS BEEN PUSHED OUT OF OUR AREA. YOU CAN SEE ANY LIGHTNING ASSOCIATED WITH THESE STORMS MOVING EASTWARD IN PARTS OF MAINE. STILL A LITTLE LIGHTNING AROUND ROCHESTER WITH A LITTLE TOUCHING DOWNPOUR. AND THIS SMALL STORM AND THE TEMPERATURES HAVE REALLY DROP BEHIND THESE THUNDERSTORMS DURING THESE THUNDERSTORMS. WE RIDE IN THE 80S EARLIER TODAY BUT NOW ARE SITTING IN THE 60S AND 70S ACROSS THE STATE. SO PRETTY COOL IN 67 DEGREE SPOTS. TEMPERATURE IN CONCORD, 73 IN LEBANON, 70 IN KEENE. SO YEAH, NOT AS HOT AS WHAT WE DEALT WITH YESTERDAY. AND DEW POINTS ARE HIGH. SO YOU CAN FEEL SOME OF IT. MAGINNIS SOME OF THE GRIP, AIR, BUT THE HUMIDITY WILL RELEASE AS WE HEAD INTO THE WEEKEND, WHICH IS GOOD NEWS IF YOU HAVE OUTDOOR PLANS THIS WEEKEND NOT ONLY IT WILL BE QUITE QUIET, BUT ALSO WILL BE PRETTY COMFORTABLE. SO HERE IS THE FUTURE CAST BECAUSE THE INITIAL BATCH OF THUNDERSTORMS POWERED THROUGH THE REGION. BUT WE STILL CAN’T EXCLUDE AN ISOLATED SHOWER OR EVEN A WEAKER THUNDERSTORM AS WE PASS THROUGH THESE NEXT HOURS. AS WE CONTINUE THROUGHOUT THE EVENING, YOU SHOULD ALWAYS KEEP AN EYE TOWARDS THE SKY. BUT THE SEVERE THREAT CERTAINLY BEGINS TO WEAKEN HERE IN THE GRANITE STATE BY 8:00 AM OR SO. I THINK MOST ACTIVITY WILL BE DONE WITH, APART FROM AN ISOLATED SHOWER, PERHAPS A ROLL OF THUNDER UNTIL ABOUT 10 PM. AND AS WE GO OVER THE NIGHT THE SKY WILL CLEAR A LITTLE AS WE ENTER THE WEEKEND. TOMORROW SHOULD BE A VERY GOOD DAY. LOWS OVERNIGHT RETURN TO THE 50S. NORTH 60S SOUTH WILL HOLD ON TO A FEW CLOUDS BEFORE REALLY ENTERING A CLEARANCE. AND THEN TOMORROW TEMPERATURES MOSTLY IN THE 70S SOME LOW 80S SOUTH OF THE STATE AND GETTING A MIX OF CLOUDS AND SUN IT WILL REMAIN MOSTLY DRY. WE WILL BE WITH LESS HUMIDITY AND ISOLATED. SHOWERING OR WATERING CANNOT BE EXCLUDED THIS WEEKEND, BUT NOTHING TO CANCEL ON BOTH DAYS I THINK. YOU SHOULD BE GOOD. EXPECT TO GET AN OUTSIDE OPINION NEXT WEEK? YES. THE COMFORT CAST GETS A BIG BOOST WHEN THE HUMIDITY RETURNS. RETURN SO OPPRESSIVE BECAUSE WE ALSO HAVE A RETURN OF HIGH HEAT BY NEXT WEEK. SO TIME WORKS WELL. GOOD WEATHER FOR T

Severe thunderstorm warning dropped for New Hampshire

A severe thunderstorm that was issued for most of New Hampshire was dismissed by the National Weather Service after a series of severe thunderstorms rolled through the state. This is a breaking update. This story will be updated. The previous story is below.–Several severe thunderstorm warnings have already been issued in New Hampshire. There are currently none active. Wind or hail damage is possible.>> Weather AlertsDrivers who must be on the roads during storms are advised to use caution. >> Interactive radar Any threat of thunderstorms in the early evening fades with partial clearing. The beautiful sky returns for the weekend. Be aware of the weather! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and enable push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and/or up to three postal codes. Plus, you can be notified when rainfall is coming to your area. Follow the Storm Watch 9 team on social media: Mike Haddad: Facebook | TwitterKevin Skarupa: Facebook | TwitterHayley LaPoint: Facebook | TwitterJacqueline Thomas: Facebook | TwitterMatt Hoenig: Facebook | Twitter

A severe thunderstorm that was issued for most of New Hampshire was dismissed by the National Weather Service after a series of severe thunderstorms rolled through the state.

This is a breaking update. This story will be updated. The previous story is below.

Several severe thunderstorm warnings have already been issued in New Hampshire. There are currently none active.

The main concerns for the strongest storms are winds exceeding 60 mph, frequent lightning and quarter-size hail. Wind or hail damage is possible.

>> Weather alerts

Drivers who must be on the roads during storms are urged to exercise caution.

Low tornado threat is low, but some rotation is possible.

>> Interactive radar

Any threat of thunderstorms early in the evening subsides with partial clearing.

The beautiful sky returns for the weekend.

Be aware of the weather! Download the WMUR app to Apple Where android devices and enable push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and/or up to three postal codes. Plus, you can be notified when rainfall is coming to your area.

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