Jan 3, 2016 8:10 PM

NH1 Weather Insider with meteorologist Bill Gile for January 4, 2016

Source: NH1.com

An Arctic cold front will slide off the south coast of New England this morning and HIgh pressure will build in causing winds to increase during the day causing the air to feel like its near or below zero at times on exposed skin. So make sure to bundle up in layers and limit your exposure to the biting winds! In fact, this evening northern NH will experience wind chills to -20. Hi temperatures today will only be in the 8-14 degree range up north and 14-23 in the south. It doesn't get any better Tuesday despite a good deal of sunshine. The morning will start off below zero in the north and low single digits in the south. Readings will only rise to the single digits and teens during the day.

That High will move south of New England by Wednesday and that turns the winds around to the southwest which will help us recover to the low and mid 30s, which is near normal. By the end of the week, we'll be back in the upper 30s and throughout the period we'll see a good deal of sunshine. However, the long range forecast into Saturday calls for a storm to be moving up the coast and right now it looks to bring snow and ice to the region. We'll have more details on that threat as we get closer to it.

Have a great day!


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