The forecast of a hard-hitting thunderstorm on Saturday in nine of New Hampshire's 10 counties never materialized. At one point dark clouds gave way to sunshine.

Cooler air moved in by daybreak on Saturday along with much lower humidity levels. Atop Mount Washington the morning low was 30 degrees.

Here in the Valley, the morning lows have generally been running in the 40's and for many, it's officially jacket weather.

The weekend was beautiful with a warm breeze blowing during opening games of the high school football season and just perfect for any Sunday events being held.

A light rain arrived at dawn on Wednesday in much of the state with a forecast for the sun to break through in the afternoon. The morning low temperature was also a rather mild 64 degrees.

Week in Review

Date High Low Precip.

Aug. 4 74 58 0.04

Aug. 5 71 48 0.01

Aug. 6 72 47 0.00

Aug. 7 72 48 0.00

Sept. 8 70 51 0.00

Sept. 9 78 43 0.00

Sept. 10 72 45 0.00

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