Oct 29, 2015 11:28 PM
NH1 Weather Insider with Joe Joyce: October 30, 2015
NH1 Chief Meteorologist
We are looking at a fairly quiet stretch of weather ahead. Sunshine Friday with a breeze from the NW will direct cooler in from Canada with highs in the lwr-mid 50's by afternoon. A weak cold front will slide through with a few fair weather clouds at midday. Behind this front will be a renewed push of cool Canadian which will settle in Friday night with a diminishing wind. Temps will drop into the upper 20's and Lwr 30's overnight with clear skies. Saturday morning will start off clear cold, and frosty.
High pressure sits right over us Saturday with a lighter wind. Sunny skies with increasing high altitude clouds later in the day with high near 50-55. Skies will be partly cloudy for trick or treaters with temps in the 40's. A weak warm front will skirt the Canadian border which could trigger a few showers late Saturday night and early Sunday across the north country. The will not be heavy at all. Cloudy to Partly skies on Sunday behind the warm front with a warmer wind form the SW and highs still in the mid 50's
Heading into next week, and upper level ridge will assert itself and flex it's muscle across the eastern half of the US with plenty of sunshine and warming temps into the 60's nearing 70 degrees for the midweek. So if you enjoyed the 70's today...hang in there...we have some major Indian summer weather heading our way to kick off the 1st week of November!