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NH1 Weather Insider with Joe Joyce: November 5, 2015

NH1 Chief Meteorologist

Another beauty of a day outside on this Thursday! A warm front will be lifting through early this morning. High pressure is parked off the coast and will wrap in a warmer SW wind with highs in the upper 60's and Lwr 70s as we get into the warm sector behind the warm front. The mild air will come flooding in to end the week. We will have to watch low clouds sneaking in off the water Thursday night. Skies awill be increasing with cloud cover with patchy fog and lows likely holding in the 50's overnight with the light SSW winds.

These clouds will be tough to shake Friday and will likely win the day. The day will start out overcast with maybe even a little drizzle and fog at the coast. Clouds will start to break for a little midday sun. Highs will again climb into the 60's and Lwr 70's with a steady breeze from the SW picking up during the afternoon ahead of an approaching cold front. This front will move through with very little action, but there will be a risk of a passing early evening shower shower, especially in the mountains. Winds will shift back to the NW direction and cooler drier air will settle in Friday night and early Saturday.

The weekend will be a return to a more seasonal fall feel. A breeze from NW will return temps back into the 50's Saturday with sunny to partly sunny skies. Building fair weather clouds are possible in the afternoon with the cooler air aloft and upper level trough in place. Most clouds will be relegated to the mountains. Building high pressure will continue to settle in over us Sunday with more sunshine and even cooler air as highs will struggle to get out of the 40's near 50. The clear, cool, calm conditions will make for a very chilly Sunday overnight and early Monday morning with lows dropping into the 20's. High pressure will park itself right over us for much of next week with more sunshine and moderating temps back into the 50's near 60 by midweek. A weal wave of low pressure will stay south of us midweek, but may try to spread in some clouds.

Meanwhile, The next chance of showers will likely come around sometime next Thursday afternoon, this will will be a pattern changer which will bring cooler air back to the Northeast for next weekend and could weaken the overall flow enough that we could start to see a few more frequent shots of cooler air, as well as the chance for maybe a bit more storm development before. the European model has a low developing along Thursday's front, and a has a strong low impacting New England next Friday-Saturday. We'll see. That will most definitely change, but something to watch out for.

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