Nov 3, 2015 12:23 AM
NH1 Weather Insider with Joe Joyce: October 3, 2015
NH1 Chief Meteorologist
A warm front is lifting through New England early Tuesday. Maybe a few early clouds along with this front, otherwise we are looking at a another beautiful day with highs climbing into the mid-upper 60's by afternoon with light SW winds. A weak cold front will push through New Hampshire Wednesday with nothing but a wind shift. Behind this front, winds will shift onshore to bring in slightly cooler air as high pressure builds south from Canada. Wednesday will be another sun-filled day with temps ranging from 60-64 degrees. High pressure will pull off the coast and begin to wrap in a warmer SW wind Thursday with temp climbing back into the Lw-mid 60's again. Morning sun will fade to partly sunny skies by afternoon. Clouds will thicken by evening with the risk of a passing shower Thursday night into early Friday. A strong area of low pressure will race up through the Great lakes and into Canada Friday. This will direct another surge of mild air right into the northeast with breezy SW winds ahead of an approaching cold front Friday night. Temps will approach near 70 with a few more clouds around. There will be a risk of a passing shower with the passage of this front. Breezy cooler NW winds will return Saturday dropping temps back into the 50's. High pressure slides right over us Sunday with a crisp fall chill with sunshine and highs in the 40's and lighter wind. Temperatures will moderate and become mild again heading into next week. There is an increased risk for showers and rain during the November 12th-15th time period.