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New Hampshire weather forecast: Strong storms, Beryl’s remnants

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New Hampshire weather forecast: Strong storms, Beryl’s remnants


Strong thunderstorms are expected in New Hampshire on Wednesday with an elevated risk for flash flooding as the remnants of Beryl make their closest pass by the state. A flood watch is in effect now through Thursday morning for Coos, Grafton, Carroll, Sullivan, Merrimack and Belknap counties.>> National Weather Service alerts and bulletinsTemperatures warmed into the 80s, with high humidity levels Wednesday before scattered thunderstorms developed. SEVERE STORM CHANCES & WATCHING BERYL’S REMNANTSSome of the storms could be severe. Lightning, hail, damaging wind gusts, downpours, localized flooding and even a brief tornado are all possible in the afternoon. >> Interactive RadarLater Wednesday afternoon through the night and into Thursday, as the remnants of Beryl pass to the west, New Hampshire will see a swath of tropical downpours and thunderstorms, especially in northern parts of the state. Underneath this, there is the potential for at least 2-4 inches of rainfall.Flash flooding will be a concern in the White Mountains and points north. Be wary of rising rivers and streams, and remember to never drive through flooded roads.Hikers and campers in the White Mountains should be aware of the severe weather threat. Scattered thunderstorms as still possible Thursday, but they will be more isolated and shouldn’t be as strong. LOOKING AHEADExpect a break for Friday, with sunshine and temperatures well into the 80s. It looks to stay very warm and humid into the upcoming weekend with just a small chance of an afternoon storm. Be weather-aware! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and turn on push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and/or up to three ZIP codes. In addition, you can receive word when precipitation is coming to your area.Get storm coverage through the free Very Local app on your smart TV.Follow the Storm Watch 9 team on social media:Mike Haddad: Facebook | XKevin Skarupa: Facebook | XHayley LaPoint: Facebook | XJacqueline Thomas: Facebook | XMatt Hoenig: Facebook | X

Strong thunderstorms are expected in New Hampshire on Wednesday with an elevated risk for flash flooding as the remnants of Beryl make their closest pass by the state.

Severe weather threat level for July 10

A flood watch is in effect now through Thursday morning for Coos, Grafton, Carroll, Sullivan, Merrimack and Belknap counties.

>> National Weather Service alerts and bulletins

Temperatures warmed into the 80s, with high humidity levels Wednesday before scattered thunderstorms developed.

SEVERE STORM CHANCES & WATCHING BERYL’S REMNANTS

Some of the storms could be severe. Lightning, hail, damaging wind gusts, downpours, localized flooding and even a brief tornado are all possible in the afternoon.

>> Interactive Radar

Later Wednesday afternoon through the night and into Thursday, as the remnants of Beryl pass to the west, New Hampshire will see a swath of tropical downpours and thunderstorms, especially in northern parts of the state. Underneath this, there is the potential for at least 2-4 inches of rainfall.

Flood Watch in effect

Flash flooding will be a concern in the White Mountains and points north. Be wary of rising rivers and streams, and remember to never drive through flooded roads.

Hikers and campers in the White Mountains should be aware of the severe weather threat.

Scattered thunderstorms as still possible Thursday, but they will be more isolated and shouldn’t be as strong.

LOOKING AHEAD

Expect a break for Friday, with sunshine and temperatures well into the 80s.

WMUR Seven-Day Forecast

It looks to stay very warm and humid into the upcoming weekend with just a small chance of an afternoon storm.

Be weather-aware! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and turn on push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and/or up to three ZIP codes. In addition, you can receive word when precipitation is coming to your area.

Get storm coverage through the free Very Local app on your smart TV.

Follow the Storm Watch 9 team on social media:



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