Oct 27, 2014 10:38 PM
Clayton Stiver's Extended NH1 Forecast for Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014
NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com
A warm front will track through late Tuesday bringing in a mild air mass to the Granite State. A cold front will then push in tracking off the New England Coast by Wednesday Night. This front will usher back in colder air. Cool high pressure settles in for Thursday. Low pressure will begin to impact the region Friday Night through early Sunday. Temperatures may be cold enough for a rain/snow mix through that period although the dominant precip type for lower elevations would be rain with little or no accumulation of snow. The Mountains and even some of the foothills however may be cold enough for a wet snow accumulation. Will continue to monitor so stay tuned.
Tuesday: Partly sunny in the morning, becoming mostly sunny during the afternoon, mild, highs 60-67. Tuesday Night: Increasing clouds, some areas of drizzle and fog possible after midnight, mild, lows 48-52. Wednesday: Some early morning fog and drizzle otherwise mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers, mild, highs 63-67. Thursday: Mostly sunny but cooler, highs 51-55. Friday: Sun and clouds, cool, highs 48-52. Saturday: Cloudy and cold with a chance of rain, possibly mixing with some snow (mainly snow for the Mountains), breezy, highs 39-43. Sunday: Mostly sunny but breezy and cold, highs 40-44. Monday: Sun and clouds, little warmer, highs 48-52.