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Oct 8, 2014 10:16 PM

NH1 Chief Meteorologist Clayton Stiver's 7 Day Forecast for Thursday Oct. 9th


Your latest NH1 Weather 7 Day Forecast for the Granite State from Chief Meteorologist Clayton Stiver:

A shallow trough of upper level low pressure will remain across the region Thursday. High pressure will build south of the region Friday and hold over the area through the weekend as low pressure passes out to sea south of New England. It is not out of the question this system could be close enough to throw some showers towards southern parts of the Granite State Saturday, but at this time it appears most will just see mostly cloudy skies. High pressure will shift offshore Sunday Night. This will allow a warm front to track through Monday, bringing a return to south winds and mild air. A strong area of low pressure and cold front may track through Tuesday into Wednesday bringing a good shot of rain.

Thursday: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy, breezy and somewhat cool, highs 57-62. Thursday Night: Mostly clear and seasonable, lows 36-40. Friday: Sun and clouds, little less breezy, highs 57-61. Saturday: Mostly cloudy, slight chance for a shower south of Concord to the Seacoast, cool, highs 54-58. Sunday: Mostly sunny, highs 55-59. Monday: Partly sunny, slightly warmer, highs 60-64. Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers, mild, highs 68-72. Wednesday: Early morning showers giving way to afternoon sunshine, breezy and mild, highs 66-70.


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