Nov 19, 2014 8:26 PM
Clayton Stiver's 7-day NH1 Forecast for Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014
Source: NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com
The jet stream remains dipped to the south of the Granite State allowing a cold air mass to remain locked in place across the region for several days. A wave of low pressure will track north of the Granite State while a warm front pushes through for Thursday. This may spark an early flurry or snow shower but it shouldn't really amount to anything. Temps try to warm a little Thursday courtesy of a southwest wind, but they will still run several degrees below normal for this time of year.
A dry cold front tracks through Thursday Night bringing a reinforcing shot of arctic air to the region for Friday.
Cold high pressure settles back in Saturday and moves offshore Sunday. A warm front will track north of the area Sunday allowing a southerly flow of wind to start to warm things back up. The front may also spark some showers. A pretty good southerly flow of wind continues into the start of next week bringing back mild temps. At the same time, an approaching cold front from the west may spark some showers. Cooler air will filter back in behind the front by the middle of next week, but the air mass looks to be seasonable.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, little warmer, highs 35-42 (warmest Seacoast). Thursday Night: Mostly clear to partly cloudy, lows 19-23. Friday: Mostly sunny, highs 30-34. Saturday: Mostly sunny, highs 33-37. Sunday: Mostly cloudy with an isolated shower possible, warmer, highs 44-48. Monday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers, mild, highs 55-59. Tuesday: Sun and clouds, highs 50-54. Wednesday: Mostly sunny, highs 43-47.