Nov 3, 2014 10:49 PM

Clayton Stiver's Extended NH1 Forecast for Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014

NH1 Chief Meteorologist -

High pressure will crest over the region early Tuesday before moving offshore. A more southerly component to the winds will usher back in more seasonable air. A warm front will cross the region early Wednesday bringing with it some mild temps. Weak high pressure will build in for late Wednesday through early Thursday. Low pressure will move east from the Great Lakes Thursday and track across New England Thursday Night bringing a frontal boundary with it. This will spread rain into the region. High pressure returns as we work through the day Friday and will linger into Saturday. Yet another low pressure system and frontal boundary looks to impact the region on Sunday with rain.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny to start, some increasing clouds during the afternoon, highs 52-57. Tuesday Night: Becoming mostly cloudy with an isolated showers possible towards dawn, milder, lows 40-44. Wednesday: An early morning isolated shower otherwise mostly cloudy, mild, highs 59-63. Thursday: Cloudy with rain likely mainly during the afternoon, highs 51-55. Friday: Partly sunny with an isolated shower possible mainly in the morning, breezy, highs 49-53. Saturday: Mostly sunny but cool, highs 44-48. Sunday: Cloudy with a chance of showers, highs 45-49. Monday: Sun and clouds, little chilly, highs 42-46.


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