Sep 25, 2014 8:30 PM
NH1 Meteorologist Clayton Stiver's NH weather forecast: Sept. 25, 2014
Your latest NH1 Weather 7 Day Forecast for the Granite State:
Low pressure south of New England will head out to sea overnight into Friday. High pressure will build in from the west Friday Night into Saturday and hold over the region on Sunday. This high pressure system will bring with it dry conditions and summer-like temperatures. A cold front will track into the area from the north late Monday and will stall out across the region. High pressure will try to nose in from the northeast through the middle of the week. The combination of a northeast wind along with lingering clouds from the stalled out frontal boundary will bring temperatures back to more seasonable levels.
Overnight: Variable clouds with patchy dense fog, lows 46-52 (warmest Seacoast). Friday: Early morning fog giving way to mostly sunny skies, warmer, highs 70-75. Friday Night: Mostly clear with patchy fog late, lows 49-53. Saturday: Sunny and quite warm, highs 76-80. Sunday: Sunny and very warm, highs 78-82. Monday: Sun and clouds, highs 71-75. Tuesday: Partly sunny and much cooler, highs 60-64. Wednesday: Sun and clouds with a slight chance for a shower, highs 64-68. Thursday: Partly sunny, highs 59-63.