Nov 11, 2015 11:28 PM
NH1 Weather Insider with Joe Joyce: November 12, 2015
NH1 Chief Meteorologist
Our small stretch of unsettled weather continues today. Plenty of clouds will remain today with a light SE and highs in the 40's to near 50. A strong low will track up into the Great lakes and track just north of New England Friday. A warm front will approach southern New England Today. Showers will develop along the front and spread into New Hampshire during the afternoon. We will remain entrenched on the cooler side of the front all day. The cold front will approach will push through Thursday evening accompanied by more showers. The front will be offshore by midnight and showers will begin to taper off overnight with skies turning partly cloudy during the early morning hours of Friday. Another .25"-.50" of rain will be possible.
Breezy west winds will follow in Friday. The strong low will deepen over northern Maine Friday. Sunshine will start the day, but clouds will quickly build across the interior. More sunshine at the coast, and mostly cloudy in the mountains with the risk of a few orographic pop up showers. Highs will be in the lwr-mid 50's. The Low will direct another cold front through New England Friday night with more clouds, gusty winds, and scattered rain showers changing to snow showers in the northern mountains late Friday night and early Saturday.
As the low departs and High pressure builds from the midwest, strong winds from the NW will continue Saturday. Winds could gust 20-30+ mph as cooler heavier air spills in from Canada right into New England. Highs on Saturday will remain in the 40's. It will be a cool blustery day. Snow showers could resume in the north facing mountains with minor accumulations. Skies will be sunny to Partly sunny for the rest of us in lower elevations. High pressure will continue to slide near us Sunday with diminishing winds and more seasonal temps in the 40's and lwr 50's. A more comfortable day. High pressure will sit by us Monday-Wednesday with sunshine and moderating temps back into the 50's.