Oct 4, 2015 8:35 PM
High pressure to our north will continue to provide us with dry conditions and a slight warming trend into the middle of the week. Meanwhile, hurricane Joaquin stays well out at sea as it heads into the north Atlantic posing no threat whatsoever to New England.
We'll see a fair amount of sunshine over the next few days with high temperatures climbing back toward normal levels. After a frosty start to our Monday morning with frost advisories in effect for all of central and southern NH until 9am, Highs will recover to the lows 60s during the afternoon amid of mixture of sun and some clouds. Our daytime highs will continuing to warm a few more degrees each day through Wednesday. That's when a very weak cold front will come through the region with little fanfare, meaning just some clouds. If a shower/sprinkle does manage to form it will be confined to the mountains. As the front passes offshore, Thursday will begin cooling back just a tad for the rest of the week, but we'll still be in the lower 60s.
Have a great week!