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More isolated storms after flooding seen


The remnants of Beryl are moving away, which is a welcome sign for folks in the North Country after a long period of heavy rain led to significant flooding. As the storm system pulls away, there will still be chances for rain and thunderstorms heading into the weekend, but anything that pops up will be more isolated than what Granite Staters saw Wednesday afternoon and night.Many areas saw 2 to 4 inches of rain in about 18 hours, and that led to a lot of flooding and damage in the White Mountains and points north. Drivers who encounter a flooded roadway are urged to stop and turn around, as most flood deaths occur in vehicles.>> National Weather Service alerts and bulletinsFlash flood warnings were put into place Wednesday evening and expired overnight. In its place, a flood warning and flood watch were put into effect for parts of Coos and Grafton counties. Rivers and streams are also continuing to respond to all that rain. The following river flood warning is in effect:Connecticut River at Wells River A tornado watch and two tornado warnings were issued in New Hampshire on Wednesday evening, but they have since expired. It’s not known if any tornado touched down, but apparent wind damage was seen in places like Littleton.Any showers or storms Thursday will be more isolated and shouldn’t be as strong, but they will mostly be confined to the North Country again. >> Interactive RadarIt will remain quite warm and continue to be humid, with partial sunshine otherwise. Highs will be in the 80s to near 90 in southern zones.Furthermore, a heat advisory is in effect Thursday for portions of Hillsborough, Rockingham and Strafford counties until 8 p.m.Friday should be drier with more sunshine and still warm and humid.Saturday might be a touch cooler, with highs mainly in the 80s and a chance for showers or storms, then heat and humidity will stick around into next week.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

The remnants of Beryl are moving away, which is a welcome sign for folks in the North Country after a long period of heavy rain led to significant flooding.

As the storm system pulls away, there will still be chances for rain and thunderstorms heading into the weekend, but anything that pops up will be more isolated than what Granite Staters saw Wednesday afternoon and night.

Many areas saw 2 to 4 inches of rain in about 18 hours, and that led to a lot of flooding and damage in the White Mountains and points north.

Drivers who encounter a flooded roadway are urged to stop and turn around, as most flood deaths occur in vehicles.

>> National Weather Service alerts and bulletins

Flash flood warnings were put into place Wednesday evening and expired overnight. In its place, a flood warning and flood watch were put into effect for parts of Coos and Grafton counties.

Rivers and streams are also continuing to respond to all that rain. The following river flood warnings are in effect:

  • Connecticut River at Wells River
  • Sandy River between Strong and Farmington

A tornado watch and two tornado warnings were issued in New Hampshire on Wednesday evening, but they have since expired. It’s not known if any tornado touched down, but apparent wind damage was seen in places like Littleton.

Any showers or storms Thursday will be more isolated and shouldn’t be as strong, but they will mostly be confined to the North Country again.

>> Interactive Radar

It will remain quite warm and continue to be humid, with partial sunshine otherwise. Highs will be in the 80s to near 90 in southern zones.

Furthermore, a heat advisory is in effect Thursday for portions of Hillsborough, Rockingham and Strafford counties until 8 p.m.

Friday should be drier with more sunshine and still warm and humid.

Saturday might be a touch cooler, with highs mainly in the 80s and a chance for showers or storms, then heat and humidity will stick around into next week.

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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