Nov 4, 2014 8:37 PM
Clayton Stiver's Extended NH1 Forecast for Wednesday, Nov. 5th, 2014
NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com
A weak warm front will lift northeast of New England Wednesday Morning as a cold front approaches from the west and crosses the region. Right out ahead of this front, a southwesterly flow of wind will make for mild temperatures. Weak high pressure will settle in for Wednesday Afternoon and Wednesday Night. Low pressure will move east from the southern Great Lakes Thursday and cross the Granite State Thursday Night into Friday Morning. This system looks to bring a good shot of rainfall to the area. High pressure will build in from the west on Saturday and shift offshore Saturday Night. Another area of low pressure riding up the eastern seaboard may impact the area Sunday Afternoon or Sunday Night but it again appears to be primarily a chilly rain for most across the Granite State.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy to start, becoming mostly sunny in the afternoon, little breezy at times, mild, highs 56-62. Wednesday Night: Clear to partly cloudy skies, lows 37-41. Thursday: Increasing clouds with scattered showers after 1pm, highs 49-53. Thursday Night: Rain likely, lows 39-43. Friday: An early shower otherwise partly sunny and breezy, little cool, highs 47-51. Saturday: Mostly sunny but cool, highs 44-48. Sunday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers during the PM hours, highs 46-50. Monday and Tuesday: Sun and clouds, staying cool, little breezy, highs 44-48.