Oct 23, 2016 10:16 PM
NH1 First Alert Forecast - Monday October 24
Low pressure in eastern Canada will continue to play a factor in our weather through tomorrow by creating windy conditions while drawing down chilly air from the north.
A weak weather system will move through southern New England Monday morning, but any showers associated with it shouldn't get any further north than the Mass Turnpike. By late morning that system quickly pulls away and we'll get back to mainly sunny conditions. However, winds will still gusting to 25mph from the Northwest. Now those winds will create additional clouds in the mountains and flurries are likely in the highest peaks.
Tuesday will still be a bit on the breezy side, but another weak disturbance will slide down from Canada creating a lot of clouds for the afternoon and again a threat of flurries in the mountains. HIghs will only be in the 40s.
Finally, the winds die down for midweek with a good deal of sunshine returning. The next threat for rain comes in with another small storm system for Friday and Saturday so there will be the threat of showers each day, especially Friday as it becomes a little milder.