Oct 6, 2014 8:43 PM
NH1 Chief Meteorologist Clayton Stiver's 7 Day Forecast for Tuesday Oct. 7th
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Latest NH1 Weather 7 Day Forecast for the Granite State from Chief Meteorologist Clayton Stiver:
A large upper level disturbance across Central Canada will continue to sit and spin pushing several disturbances in our direction. A warm front will track through Tuesday, then a cold front tracks through Wednesday Morning. Both these systems will bring a good chance of showers to the area, maybe even a t-storm with heavy downpours. By the end of the week, cool high pressure pushes in from the north and west although an upper level disturbance tracking by to our south Friday may be close enough to spark a shower.
Tuesday: Cloudy with a slight chance of showers in the morning, showers more likely during the afternoon with a t-storm possible, some storms could contain gusty winds and heavy downpours, highs 65-70. Tuesday Night: Showers taper for a bit, then become likely again after 2am, a t-storm possible with heavy downpours, areas of fog, lows 55-59. Wednesday: Morning showers likely, possibly a t-storm, clearing during the afternoon, breezy, highs 66-70. Thursday: Mostly sunny but cool, breezy, highs 56-60. Friday: Partly sunny with a slight chance of a shower, highs 56-60. Saturday: Sunny but remaining cool, highs 57-61. Sunday: Sun and clouds, cool, highs 55-59. Columbus Day: Sun and clouds, highs 60-64.