Jan 23, 2016 10:42 PM

NH1 Weather Insider with meteorologist Bill Gile for January 24, 2016

Source: NH1.com

The big storm to the south is moving out to sea and in its wake High pressure will build into the region. As that High moves south of New England into Monday we will start a slight warming trend as winds become more southwesterly. Then, by later Tuesday a weak weather system comes in from the Great Lakes region, but by the time it gets here Tuesday night and Wednesday morning we'll be warm enough for mainly rain showers to result. After that it looks quiet for most of the work week, although it will turn colder again.

We start our Sunday off breezy and cold. In fact, when you factor in the winds this morning it will feel like its around zero so bundle up. Those winds will gradually relax into the afternoon as highs climb to the upper 20s and low 30s while the winds gradually relax.

Monday will feature a mix of sun and clouds as we climb to the mid 30s and by Tuesday we'll be in the low 40s as that weak weather system approaches for Tuesday night bringing scattered light rain showers our way that will be gone early Wednesday morning.

The sun returns Wednesday afternoon followed by colder air for Thursday with highs mainly in the 20s despite a good deal of sunshine.

Have a great week!


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