Oct 28, 2014 8:45 PM
Clayton Stiver's Extended NH1 Forecast for Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014
NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com
A warm front tracks northeast of the Granite State Wednesday as a southwesterly flow ahead of a cold front continues to pump in mild air. A cold front will track through later in the day Wednesday possibly sparking a few rain showers, but also bringing back a colder air mass. High pressure settles in for Thursday and Friday. An area of low pressure building down from Canada will transfer its energy to a coastal low working through the weekend but this process may be disorganized, and the low may develop too far to our south or track well offshore. It's possible the area could see some rain and snow but right now it appears little or no accumulation can be expected for lower elevations. The mountains may see some accumulation but again, if the storm system does not fully develop or tracks too far away from the area, little or no snow could be seen here too. Stay tuned!
Wednesday: Morning drizzle and some fog in spots otherwise mostly cloudy with a few showers, mild, highs 62-68. Wednesday Night: An early shower otherwise cloudy early, then clearing skies, lows 40-44. Thursday: Mostly sunny and more seasonable, highs 51-55. Friday (Halloween): Partly sunny with a slight chance for a shower late in the day, highs 48-52. Saturday: Mostly cloudy with some rain and snow showers, chilly, highs 37-41. Sunday: Sun and clouds, chilly, highs 39-43. Monday: Sun and clouds, highs 44-48. Tuesday: Mostly sunny and more seasonable, highs 53-57.