Sep 23, 2014 7:26 PM
NH1 Meteorologist Clayton Stiver's NH weather forecast: Sept. 23, 2014
NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com
Cool and dry Canadian High Pressure will continue to build and remain over the region into the weekend. A weak area of low pressure off the eastern seaboard will track northward and try to push into the ridge of high pressure across the region, however, it's affects look to stay mostly to our south. Still, increasing clouds and a slight chance for a shower cannot be completely ruled out across southern and coastal portions of the Granite State. A significant warming trend is expected by Friday into the weekend with cool clear nights at least through Monday. A cold front will track across the region from the north Monday PM and may provide a few showers. This will also help cool temps back to seasonable levels.
Overnight: Mostly clear with areas of fog possible late, lows 40-45 (upper 40s, around 50 Seacoast). Wednesday: Areas of fog before 9am otherwise mostly sunny to partly cloudy, highs 63-68 (coolest Seacoast). Wednesday Night: Increasing clouds with areas of fog late, lows 42-47. Thursday: Early morning fog otherwise mostly cloudy, 30% chance of PM showers primarily from Manchester and points south and the Seacoast, highs 62-66 (coolest southern portions of the Granite State). Friday: Mostly sunny, warmer, highs 71-75. Saturday and Sunday: Sunny and quite warm, highs 76-80. Monday: Partly sunny with a 30% chance of showers, highs 70-74. Tuesday: Sun and clouds, cooler, highs 62-66.