Nov 4, 2015 12:04 AM
NH1 Weather Insider with Joe Joyce: November 4, 2015
NH1 Chief Meteorologist
A weak cold front pushed through overnight. Slightly cooler air will be pushing down from Canada with a cooler light NW wind. Plenty of sunshine again on Wednesday with highs in the Lwr-mid 60's. A bit cooler from the Lwr 70's we had on Tuesday. What a treat. High pressure will sit right over us today with light and variable winds. The light winds will eventually shift onshore for a PM sea breeze to kick in. This will help to keep temps near 60 at the beach, mid 60's farther inland , 60-62 at the Lakes, and 50's in the mountains. Anyway you slice it, it is going to be a great November day!
High pressure will slide off the coast Thursday, but still be close enough to us to provide for a sunny day. A warmer SW wind will push temperatures farther into the 60's near 70 by the afternoon. A few clouds may begin to increase by the end of the day. Thickening clouds Thursday night with the potential for patchy fog and maybe some drizzle early Friday morning. Another warm front will be pulling away Friday morning with cloudy to partly sunny skies developing along with breezy SW winds. Highs will still be in the 60's to neat 70..close to 20 degrees above the average.
A cold front will sweep through Late Friday afternoon-evening with the risk of a passing shower and some gusty winds. No biggie! Drying cool NW breezes return for Saturday with a cooler mix of sun and clouds and highs in the mid 50's. Clear skies and diminishing wind Saturday night with clear skies will see lows drop back into the 30's. Sunshine, light winds and a seasonably cooler day on Sunday with highs in the 40's and Lwr 50's. This will be the only "cooler" day in the extended period. High pressure returns to kick off the week with sunshine and highs climbing back into the 50's nearing 60. next chance of showers will have to wait for next Wednesday or Thursday.