Mar 24, 2015 11:04 PM
NH1 7-Day Forecast for Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Source: Clayton Stiver
High pressure moves offshore Wednesday as a warm front approaches. A southerly breeze will bring back more seasonable temps, well in the 40s for Wednesday. With the warm frontal passage Wednesday Night, a few showers will be possible with some wet snow possibly mixed in, mainly across the Mountains and Great North Woods. Little or no snow accumulation is expected.
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 nighttime hours. At this time the rain does not look to be heavy enough to present a flooding threat, but some decent downpours are still possible for the evening commute.
Clouds and some rain and snow showers may linger behind the cold front for at least the first part of the day Friday. Cooler air will build in along with high pressure making for fair skies for the weekend. A weak disturbance passing through Monday could bring some rain and snow showers but this does not look to amount to much right now.
Wednesday: Increasing clouds, seasonable, highs 43-47. Wednesday Night: A chance of showers mainly before 2am, possibly mixed with some snow, lows 32-36. Thursday: Morning fog, cloudy skies, showers likely after 2pm, mild, highs 50-54. Thursday Night: Rain likely, areas of fog, lows 35-39. Friday: Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of rain and snow showers, highs 41-45. Saturday: Mostly sunny and chilly, highs 33-37. Sunday: Ample sunshine, highs 39-43. Monday: Cloudy with a chance of rain and snow showers, highs 40-44. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, highs 38-42.