Meteorologist Mike Haddad says it will be a little cooler Friday.
MIKE HADDAD: Thank you very much for joining us, Stormwatch 9 weather on the web, moving towards another weekend. And this one will start off with quite a few clouds and a chance of a few spotty showers that could move in as early as the overnight period tonight and linger through Friday and Friday night. Having said that, many hours of Friday will be rain-free. I think the best shot of some showers will be late tonight in northern New Hampshire and then anywhere later Friday night to early Saturday morning-- relatively nice for the rest of Saturday into early Sunday afternoon before shower and storm chances begin to take over. They'll be scattered, but late Sunday and again Monday, Tuesday, maybe even Wednesday of next week.
So fair skies this evening will allow temperatures, with the very dry air in place, to fall off quite a bit-- 40s and lower 50s by morning as clouds take over. Shower opportunities mostly in northern New Hampshire, but only about 30% or 40% in any one given spot, even a lower chance south of the Lakes region.
A lot of clouds and cool during the day on Friday with a couple of scattered showers-- best chance of showers later Friday night through early Saturday morning, then that system clears off to our south, becoming partly sunny with just a slight chance of an afternoon sprinkle. And then not too bad for Sunday-- partly sunny with the chance of a late-day shower or thunderstorm.
Highs tomorrow, again, cooler, 60s, with enough partial sun near 70, and then a little bit milder as we go through the weekend and next week. But we're not talking about temperatures back into the 90s-- as a matter of fact, maybe a struggle to get much above 80 in many locales, a late-day thundershower Sunday, and then scattered showers and storms with some partial sun Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.