Dec 12, 2015 10:21 PM

NH1 Weather Insider with meteorologist Bill Gile for December 13, 2015


A weak back door type cold front will drop down from the north Sunday morning and then stall out south of New England. Clouds and slightly cooler air will prevail throughout southern NH today while northeast to easterly breezes prevail. North of the White mtns. partial sunshine will be found. Temperatures will be in the 40's across the Lakes and Mountains and low 50s in the south.

A wave of low pressure will be tracking eastward from the Great Lakes into Monday. A few showers will developing the far north early Monday morning that will likely become freezing rain and sleet, so be on the watch out for icy conditions, especially from North Conway northward during the morning commute. Otherwise Monday morning will start out cloudy with scattered light showers and drizzle around. By later in the afternoon the showers will become a steadier rain that may also be heavy at times going into Monday night. Again, further to the north there may be more freezing rain for a while in the higher elevations until enough mild air can work its way up there. Once the system pushes through, breezy WNW winds return for Tuesday with drier weather and cloudy to partly sunny skies and highs still holding on to near 50 degrees or so.

Another weather system will enter the Northeast for later Thursday and Friday, but temperatures will still be above normal so we'll see rain showers developing late Thursday that may mix with some snow to the north on Friday morning before ending. Then finally, some real cold air moves in on Saturday along with a gusty wind and highs only in the low to mid 30s, but it will feel even colder with the wind!

Have a great Week!


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