Mar 23, 2015 10:37 PM
NH1 7-Day Forecast For Tuesday March 24, 2015
Source: Clayton Stiver
A large area of high pressure builds across the Granite State for Tuesday making for ample sunshine, lighter winds, and slightly warmer temps. It will still be a little chilly for this time of the year with highs in the 30s.
On Wednesday, with the high pressure system offshore and a warm front approaching, a southerly breeze will bring back more seasonable temps, well in the 40s. With the warm frontal passage Wednesday Night, a few showers may be seen with temps eventually getting cold enough for a little light freezing rain or snow and rain across the Mountains and Great North Woods.
A strong southerly flow on Thursday will usher in mild air across NH, highs getting up in the 50s. At the same time a cold front will approach bringing rain as we get into the afternoon and evening hours. At this time the rain does not look to be heavy enough to present a flooding threat.
Cooler air along with high pressure will settle in for Friday through the weekend but mainly fair skies are anticipated. A weak disturbance passing through Monday could bring some rain and snow showers but this does not look to amount to much right now.
Tuesday: Sunny skies, lighter breezes, highs 32-37. Tuesday Night: Clear skies, chilly, lows 15-19. Wednesday: Increasing clouds, a slight chance for a shower after 4pm, highs 42-46. Wednesday Night: A slight chance for showers mainly before 2am, some freezing drizzle or rain and snow showers possible for the Mountains and Great North Woods, lows 31-36. Thursday: Cloudy with rain likely mainly after 2pm, mild, highs 50-54. Friday: An early snow shower otherwise mostly cloudy, highs 40-44. Saturday: Mostly cloudy, highs 35-39. Sunday: Mostly sunny, highs 41-45. Monday: Cloudy with a chance of rain and snow showers, highs 39-43.