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Nov 11, 2014 8:45 PM

Clayton Stiver's 7-day NH1 Forecast for Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014

NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com

A cold front approaching from the west will allow an onshore flow to bring in fog and drizzle for Wednesday Morning. The front will cross the region Wednesday afternoon possibly sparking a few showers. Mild air remains in place right out ahead of the front Wednesday, but a much colder air mass will get set to push in for several days to come. High pressure will build in Wednesday Night into Thursday. Another cold front will track through Thursday Night into early Friday possibly sparking a flurry or snow shower but no real accumulations expected. High pressure briefly returns Saturday into Sunday Morning before a wave of low pressure tracks up the eastern seaboard late Sunday into early Monday. At this time much uncertainty remains with the exact track this system takes and just how organized it is, however, it's possible several areas could see some accumulating snow or a rain/snow mix. It's still way to soon to make any calls on totals though. Stay tuned!

Wednesday: Morning fog and drizzle otherwise cloudy with a few showers, gradual clearing during the afternoon, mild, highs 55-59. Wednesday Night: Mostly clear, breezy, lows 30-34. Thursday: Sun and clouds, little chilly, highs 42-46. Friday: Sun and clouds, cold, highs 37-41. Saturday: Mostly sunny but cold, highs 34-38. Sunday: Sun and clouds, chilly, highs 37-41. A chance for rain and snow Sunday Night into Monday Morning, lows 30-33. Monday: Clearing throughout the day, breezy, highs 40-44. Tuesday: Sun and clouds, breezy and chilly, highs 36-40.


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