Apr 9, 2016 10:01 PM
NH1 Weather Insider with meteorologist Bill Gile for April 10, 2016
We can expect a good deal of sunshine for our Sunday as High pressure builds in from the west, but winds will remain rather gusty (gusting from the NW at 20-25mph) in the wake of a strong Low pressure system that is moving into Nova Scotia. It will also remain on the chilly side today as the air continues to come down from Canada so with highs only in lower 40s it will feel like its in the 30s. Those winds will be dying down tonight as temperatures fall back into the 20s.
As we move into Monday gusty winds (30-35mph) from the SW will return as a warm front will cross the region during the day that will trigger scattered rain showers throughout the day. However, some of the precipitation will start right around daybreak in the northern half of NH so a period of either light snow or rain/snow shower mix will develop. If anything were to stick it would only be on the grassy surfaces, but some roads could become slippery first thing. By mid-late morning any areas seeing a mix will change to just plain rain showers in northern NH. Otherwise, statewide we'll just see cloudy skies with temperatures recovering closer to normal levels. A cold front slides in Tuesday and once that goes by the showers will end.
A new area of High pressure will follow for the midweek bringing a good deal of sunshine our way with highs in the upper 40s and low 50s. Then, by next weekend we should be looking at a bit of a warm up!