Oct 14, 2014 11:02 PM
Clayton Stiver's 7-day NH1 Forecast for Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014
NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com
Latest NH1 Weather 7 Day Forecast for the Granite State from Chief Meteorologist Clayton Stiver:
Above average temperatures will continue through the end of the week with one more dry day in store. Rain moves in for Thursday as a potent cold front tracks in from the south and west. A closed off upper-level low will also drift in from the west Wednesday Night and potentially impact the area with heavy rainfall Thursday Night as it drifts to our north into Quebec. Weak high pressure builds in Friday and Saturday. A cold front will track through late Saturday and this will bring back noticeably cooler air for Sunday. This cooler air mass then looks to stick around into next week.
Wednesday: Some patchy morning fog otherwise partly sunny to mostly cloudy, warm, highs 74-79. Wednesday Night: A slight chance for a shower after midnight otherwise mostly cloudy with some areas of drizzle and fog, mild, lows 60-64. Thursday: Cloudy with showers likely, especially later in the afternoon, a t-storm also possible. Heavy downpours and gusty winds possible late in the day, highs 67-71. Friday: A few morning showers possible otherwise becoming partly sunny by the afternoon, breezy, highs 65-69. Saturday: Sun and clouds, breezy but pleasant, highs 63-67. Sunday: Sun and clouds, breezy and much cooler, highs 53-57. Monday: Sun and clouds, breezy and more fall-like, highs 55-59. Tuesday: Sun and clouds, staying cool, highs 54-58.