Nov 22, 2014 12:04 PM
Southwesterly winds to usher in warmer air by Sunday evening, as more seasonable air will have set into the region.
Low pressure will track out of the Midwest as a warm front sits atop the Granite State Sunday night into Monday morning bringing with it, the chance for some rain.
A cold front will then slowly track through Monday night with a seasonable air mass returning to the Granite State. A fairly dry air mass also looks to settle in for several days leading to quiet weather.
Sunday Night: Partly sunny and warmer with an isolated shower possible, highs 45-49. Monday: Cloudy with showers likely, mild, highs 57-61. Tuesday: Sun and clouds, still relatively mild, highs 51-55. Wednesday: Mostly sunny, more seasonable, highs 42-46. Thanksgiving: Sun and clouds, little chilly, highs 38-42.
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