New Hampshire Weather: A severe weather warning has been issued

A tornado warning has been canceled for Grafton, Merrimack and Sullivan counties. It was in effect till 2:15pm but is no longer active. The warning area includes the communities of Grantham, Springfield and Croydon. In Grantham, trees were reported down and more than 1,000 power outages. It is not known whether a tornado formed and made landfall. The warning was issued because a possible tornado was radar-marked. Anytime a tornado warning is issued, it’s important to get indoors from windows.>> Weather warnings Other cells triggered severe thunderstorm warnings Thursday. day According to the National Weather Service, a severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for all of New Hampshire until 9 p.m. Thursday. Any storm that develops can be accompanied by damaging winds, hail, downpours and often lightning. AN ISOLATED TORNADO IS POSSIBLE.>> Meanwhile, the interactive radar heat advisory will increase to maximum for inland New Hampshire — Strafford County, eastern parts of Hillsborough County and inland Rockingham County — beginning at 8 p.m. today. 90’s with snow spots in the 60’s before it gets cold again in many parts of southern New Hampshire. After the weekend forecast winds blow, things will dry out in the state, but temperatures won’t drop much Friday and into the weekend, as highs will be in the 80s to mid-90s Friday, a cooler coast in the mid-90s through Saturday, and mid- to upper-90s Sunday. There’s a slight chance for thunderstorms Friday PM and Saturday PM, but the next good chance for showers and storms will come Sunday evening into Monday. The next time will help provide real relief from the heat and humidity from Monday night to Wednesday morning. Hot Weather Safety Tips Health officials urge everyone to drink plenty of water and make sure their pets keep cool. Officials reminded Granite Staters not to leave children and pets in a hot car at any time. , wear tightly woven light-blocking clothing, use sunscreen, wear a hat, wear UV-absorbing sunglasses, limit sun exposure between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., and call 911 immediately. Be aware of the weather! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and enable push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts based on your geographic location and/or up to three zip codes. Plus, you can get notified when rainfall hits your area. Follow the Storm Watch 9 team on social media: Mike Haddad: Facebook | TwitterKevin Skarupa: Facebook | TwitterHayley LaPoint: Facebook | Twitter Jacqueline Thomas: Facebook | Twitter

A tornado warning has been canceled for Grafton, Merrimack and Sullivan counties. It was in effect till 2:15pm but is no longer active.

The warning area includes the communities of Grantham, Springfield and Croydon. In Grantham, trees were said to have tipped and more than 1,000 trees fell Crashes reported.

It is not known whether a tornado formed and touched down. The warning has been issued because a potential cyclone has been indicated by radar.

Anytime a tornado warning is issued, it’s important to get to an indoor room away from windows.

>> Weather warnings

Other cells issued severe thunderstorm warnings on Thursday. According to the National Weather Service, severe thunderstorms are expected across New Hampshire through 9 p.m. Thursday.

Any storms that develop may be accompanied by damaging winds, hail, downpours and often lightning. An isolated tornado is possible.

>> Interactive radar

Meanwhile, a heat advisory remains in effect for interior parts of New Hampshire — Strafford County, eastern parts of Hillsborough County and interior Rockingham County — until 8 p.m. today. Before the cold hits many places in southern New Hampshire.

Weekend forecast

After the storm winds down, things will dry out in the state, but temperatures won’t drop much Friday and into the weekend, with highs in the 80s to mid-90s Friday along the coast, and mid- to upper 90s Sunday. There’s a slight chance for thunderstorms Friday PM and Saturday PM, but the next good chance for showers and storms will come Sunday evening into Monday.

The next system should help provide some real relief from the heat and humidity Monday night into Wednesday morning.


Warm Weather Safety Tips

Health officials are asking everyone to remember to drink plenty of water and make sure to keep their pets cool. Officials reminded Granite Staters not to leave children and pets in a hot car at any time because it can be dangerous.

Anyone who spends a lot of time outdoors should drink water every 15 minutes, take frequent breaks indoors or in the shade, wear tightly woven clothing that blocks light, use sunscreen, wear a hat, wear UV-blocking sunglasses, and limit exposure. 10 am to 4 pm for Surya

Anyone experiencing heatstroke should be moved to a cool, shaded area and call 911 immediately.

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