Dec 26, 2014 10:57 PM
Clayton Stiver's 7-day NH1 Forecast for Saturday, Dec. 27, 2014
Source: NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com
High pressure continues to build south of the Granite State as we go through Saturday. This system will make for mostly sunny skies. The combination of the high to our south and ridging of the jet stream keeps temps well above normal for this time of the year...both with daytime highs and overnight lows.
A weak area of low pressure will pass by to our north on Sunday and it will drag a cold front across the area. This system only looks to spark a few light rain showers. Temps stay mild Sunday but the cold air behind the frontal passage gets set to move in Monday.
A more seasonable air mass returns to NH for next week as the jet stream takes a big dip to our south. This colder air mass looks to stay locked in place for much of the week. High pressure however should be in control overall so generally fair skies are expected.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, mild, highs 45-49. Saturday Night: Increasing clouds with a slight chance of a shower, lows 34-38. Sunday: An early shower otherwise cloudy to start but becoming mostly sunny during the afternoon, mild, highs 44-48. Monday: Mostly sunny, colder, highs 33-37. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, chilly, highs 25-29. New Year's Eve: Sun and clouds, highs 25-29. New Year's Day: Sun and clouds, highs 28-32. Friday: Mostly sunny, highs 31-35.