A weekend weather alert has been issued for New Hampshire as the remnants of Tropical Storm Philippe threaten to intensify Saturday’s heavy rain, accompanied by the possibility of a strong breeze.
Residents of New Hampshire are advised to stay weather-aware this weekend as the remnants of Tropical Storm Philippe pose a potential threat of intensifying heavy rain on Saturday, along with the possibility of a strong breeze.
Thursday morning may see stubborn morning fog and low clouds, which could linger until the afternoon when skies are expected to be partially transparent.
While temperatures on Thursday will be slightly more relaxed than in recent days, they will remain above average for early October, with daytime highs reaching the 70s to low 80s.
As Thursday night approaches, temperatures are expected to drop into the 50s under a partly cloudy sky, with the possibility of areas of fog developing in some locations.
Friday is anticipated to be a transitional day as the following front approaches.
Cloud cover will likely increase, and temperatures will not reach the same highs as earlier in the week, with highs ranging from the 60s to near 70.
Tropical Storm Philippe’s Remnants: Heavy Rain and Flooding Concerns in New Hampshire
The path of Tropical Storm Philippe is forecasted to move north-northwest over the next few days, and the storm’s remnants could lead to periods of heavy rain and a strong breeze.
While a few showers may occur later on Friday and continue into Friday evening, the most substantial and intense rainfall is expected on Saturday.
Residents should be prepared to receive 1-2 inches of rain by Saturday evening. Localized flooding concerns are exceptionally high in the state’s central, western, and northern areas.
As the remnants of Philippe continue to influence the region, lingering showers are likely on Sunday, especially in the northern areas.
Overall, the weather next week is expected to be considerably more relaxed.
This weekend’s weather alert serves as a reminder for residents to stay informed about the latest weather updates and to exercise caution during adverse conditions.
Be prepared for potential disruptions due to heavy rain and localized flooding, particularly in vulnerable areas.
Monitoring local authorities and weather forecasts for any updates or advisories related to Tropical Storm Philippe’s remnants is advisable.
Safety should always be a top priority, and residents are encouraged to take necessary precautions and stay indoors during heavy rain and strong winds.
Additionally, it is advisable to secure outdoor items that may be affected by the strong breeze to prevent damage or accidents.