Sep 29, 2014 6:16 PM
NH1 Chief Meteorologist Clayton Stiver's 7 Day Forecast for Tuesday Night
NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com
Your latest NH1 Weather 7 Day Forecast for the Granite State:
High pressure is trying to move down from the north while a frontal boundary remains stalled out to our south. The circulation between these two weather systems will keep and onshore flow and cool temps across our area into Wednesday. An upper level low pressure system will also track across the region Wednesday helping to bring some rain to central/southern portions of the Granite State. High pressure will then build in from the northeast as low pressure slowly moves south of the Gulf of Maine Thursday and Friday. This will lead to clearing skies and warmer temps. A cold front will cross the region Saturday followed by high pressure for Sunday and Monday. Yet another cold front may track through late Monday into Tuesday.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with areas of fog and possibly some drizzle, a chance for showers well after midnight, lows 50-53. Wednesday: Rain likely, especially in the morning, mainly from Concord and points south, areas of fog, highs 58-62. Thursday: Partly sunny, little warmer, highs 62-66. Friday: Mostly sunny, pleasant, highs 64-68. Saturday: Mostly cloudy with showers likely, breezy, highs 61-65. Sunday: Mostly sunny, breezy, cool, highs 58-62. Monday: Partly sunny, highs 63-67. Tuesday: Partly sunny with a chance of showers, highs 59-63. Have a great and safe rest of your week folks!--Clayton