Dec 6, 2015 10:46 PM

NH1 Weather Insider with meteorologist Bill Gile for December 7, 2015


We'll wake up to a frosty start and in the valleys there'll be some areas of fog that will actually be freezing fog which can cause some black ice to form on damp roads, so be alert for that threat. Otherwise, a very weak trough of Low pressure will slip down from the north this morning to cool things down just a bit for Monday afternoon, but as another High pressure area builds in from the Great Lakes we'll see more sunshine coming our way with highs still close to 50 or better in many areas.

By Tuesday there will be a storm to developing off the Mid-Atlantic coast, but all of the moisture with it will stay out at sea as only some of the cloudiness associated with it manages to penetrate into NH. Temperatures will be cooler, down near normal actually, as winds come in from the north-northeast. A lot of clouds linger Wednesday, but our temperatures gradually begin to rise again to finish the work week and by the weekend we could be back up into the low 50s again!


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