Nov 5, 2014 11:10 PM
Clayton Stiver's 7-day NH1 Forecast for Thursday, Nov. 6th, 2014
NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com
Low pressure over the Ohio Valley will move east and redevelop along the Maine Coast late Thursday Night and Friday before moving into the Maritimes Friday Night. This system will bring with it a decent shot of rain to the region for Thursday PM through the overnight. Colder air will wrap in behind the system overnight Thursday into Friday and this will allow for the White Mountains and Great North Woods to see some snow. At this time it appears those areas could pick up a couple inches of snow, but most of the Granite State will see all rain from this storm system. Colder high pressure will build in from the west Saturday. A fast moving area of low pressure will approach the area Sunday followed by a return to high pressure for Monday. Seasonable to somewhat mild temps look to return for the beginning of next week before a cold front moving through Wednesday brings in a strong shot of cold air.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy in the morning, cloudy with rain developing during the afternoon, highs 47-52. Thursday Night: Rain likely, cloudy, lows 36-40. Friday: A morning stray shower otherwise cloudy to start, becoming partly sunny in the afternoon (snow showers across the White Mountains and Great North Woods), breezy and chilly, highs 42-48. Saturday: Mostly sunny but chilly, highs 40-44. Sunday: An morning shower otherwise sun and clouds, highs 45-49. Monday: Mostly sunny, highs 48-52. Veterans Day: Sun and clouds, highs 51-55. Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers, cooler, highs 41-45.