Sep 22, 2014 7:00 PM

NH1 Meteorologist Clayton Stiver's NH weather forecast: Sept. 22, 2014

Your latest NH1 Weather 7 Day Forecast for the Granite State:

An upper level disturbance and moderate northwest flow behind a cold front will usher in a colder air mass for tonight's overnight lows. Isolated frost is not out of the question, mainly in valley locations, but enough of a breeze overnight looks to prevent any real widespread frost from forming. Cool and dry Canadian High Pressure will move overhead for Tuesday and Wednesday. High pressure will continue to build across the region and remain in place through the end of the week into the weekend bringing warm, sunny days, and clear cool nights.

Tonight: Mostly clear, breezy early, isolated frost possible across Monadnock towards dawn, lows 35-40 (low to mid 40s Seacoast). Tuesday: Mostly sunny, less of a breeze, pleasant, highs 65-69. Tuesday Night: Clear skies, some patchy fog possible late, lows 38-43. Wednesday: Early morning fog otherwise partly sunny, highs 62-66. Thursday: Early morning fog otherwise partly sunny, highs 65-69. Friday: Mostly sunny and much warmer, highs 72-76. Saturday and Sunday: Mostly sunny and quite warm, highs 75-80. Monday: Partly sunny with a chance of showers, highs 70-74.


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