Apr 25, 2016 10:23 AM
NH1 Weather Insider: April 25, 2016
High pressure has taken a firm hold of the region and it's going to increase our chances for wildfire by giving us sunny and dry weather through Monday afternoon. Temperatures will be around 60 and winds will be decreasing throughout the day. By Monday evening, we have rain moving into the area, which will be a welcome change and relief for the current wildfires going on in the state. Rain will continue through the night with temperatures in the 30's and 40's.
Rain continues into Tuesday morning and afternoon, and will move out of the area by the evening, but much cooler air will be in place, so expect highs to only reach the mid 40's, and it's going to feel even cooler than that. With this cooler air, we could see some snowfall in the mountains and higher elevations, such as the Whites and in the notches. Some snowflakes may fall in the central parts of the state as well, but the ground will be too warm for it to accumulate. Overnight, temperatures will fall to the 20's and 30's.
By Wednesday the 50's and sunny skies return and continue through Thursday as we push 60 degrees. Our next chance for rain approaches on Thursday evening through Friday with temperatures in the 60's, but at this time, it looks like this system will pass just to our south. Stay tuned to NH1 and NH1.com for the latest on these two incoming changes of rain. We need the wildfire relief!