Meteorologist Mike Haddad has a look at the weather ahead.
MIKE HADDAD: Hello, everyone. Meteorologist Mike Haddad here in the Storm Watch 9 Weather Center. A lot of gusty winds over the last several weeks across the Granite State. Today was no exception, and even though the winds will not be as strong during the day tomorrow, a high bushfire concern due to some windy conditions at times. Again, not as gusty as today, but temperatures coming up a little bit well into the 60s in many parts of the state.
70s and 80s, they look to hold off just to our south during Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, as a front builds in over southern parts of New England may wobble into southern New Hampshire at times, but hangs out mainly to our south, keeping temperatures right around the norm for the middle, and end of the upcoming week. So here's a look at the next 48 hours. For tonight, mostly clear skies, a few wispy clouds by morning. Down near freezing far North and 30s to near 40 on South.
During the day, tomorrow, blend of sun. Some high clouds at times. 50s North, 60 South, but the breeze, quite active. So a high bushfire concern from midmorning right through the early part of the evening. Then some clouds begin to move in later tomorrow night into the day on Wednesday.
There's a good possibility we'll see some showers at times. Not a guarantee in terms of getting a lot of heavy rain that we could actually see and use around here, but anywhere from the White Mountains points south. Best opportunity to get in on a little bit of rain. If we miss out on that opportunity, there is a chance of more sometime later Thursday or Thursday night into Friday before it dries out for the upcoming weekend.