Once again, it won't be everything the Granite State needs, but it'll help.

According to WMUR News 9, scattered showers will give way to long downpours overnight. Piggybacking on rain from last weekend, it'll be another much needed thirst quencher during a summer where nearly half the state is experiencing a moderate drought. WMUR reported the best chance of heavy rain and storms tonight into early Thursday as a front crosses New Hampshire. 1-2 inches of rain is possible. In the report, WMUR says not everyone will receive that amount.

Also, according to PineTreeWeather.com, northern parts of both New Hampshire and Maine could see flash flooding.

One thing which will stick around is the humidity. Storms tonight will keep the air saturated, and according to WMUR, a second cold front shows up on our doorstep Friday, bringing partly sunny skies and temps in the 80s ,with the possibility of an afternoon thunderstorm. Humidity is expected to break this weekend.