Sep 10, 2015 11:30 PM
NH1 Weather Insider with Joe Joyce: September 11, 2015
NH1 Chief Meteorologist
A front remains stalled off the coast Friday, with a wave of low pressure riding up along it and pulling north into the Gulf of Maine by afternoon. Friday morning will start off a bit wet, but the heaviest rains should be over by 7 AM. Leftover showers/drizzle may last through the mid-morning. By lunchtime, Cloudy skies will be the rule. NNE winds wrapping in around the low will help to keep a cool feel with temperatures in the 60's. Drier air will try to work in on the backside of this low and help to erode some of the cloud cover by mid-late afternoon with a few breaks of sunshine. Any breaks of sun inland away from the NE flow off the water will help to push temps into the mid 70's in western NH. Meanwhile closer to the coast temps will remain in the 60's and Lwr 70's for most of the day.
A nice pocket of dry air, weak high pressure will follow in behind this departing low. Clearing skies Friday night with a crisp fall feel with lows dropping inot the Lwr 50's overnight. Temps will start of crisp and skies clear Saturday morning. Mostly sunny skies will hold on for most of the day Saturday with highs rebounding back into the 70's to near 80 by afternoon. Late day clouds will begin to increase Saturday afternoon before the sunsets. Believe it or not, but another front will approach Saturday night, with another developing low riding up along it. Scattered showers may develop Saturday night. Winds will be shifting onshore again Sunday with cloudy skies with a low tracking right over New England. Expect more showers to be developing Sunday. It just does not look like a very nice day Sunday unfortunately. Temps will likely remain in the 60's to near 70 under these conditions.
This low will begin to pull away early Monday. After a few early morning clouds and a shower, breezy drying NW winds will bring in Partly sunny skies by afternoon with temps remaining seasonally cool for this time of year. Another big upper level ridge will begin to re-=establish itself in the eastern US heading inot next week which promises to bring in more sunshine and warming temperatures.