Mar 24, 2016 9:28 PM

NH1 Weather Insider with meteorologist Bill Gile for March 25, 2016


We're in for a roller coaster ride of temperatures over the next 10 days.

A warm front will be working its way through New Hampshire Friday morning, however out ahead of it temperatures will be near or below freezing in central and northern NH in the pre-dawn hours of Friday and areas of drizzle will be developing that will become freezing drizzle and light freezing rain showers . This means that untreated roads can become icy. After daybreak the only cold pockets left will be in northeastern NH for Carroll and Coos counties through 9 or 10am and the valleys in those areas will still encounter Icy conditions until the warm front passes and allows temperatures to climb.

Periods of rain may become heavy at times during the late morning and early afternoon then taper to occasional showers. Then some breaks of sun will occur and that will help push temperatures into the upper 50s and low 60s. Skies will clear for the overnight and chilly temperatures settle in as Low pressure tracks through northern New England and High pressure builds in behind it.

This High pressure area will deliver a very nice weekend! Saturday will be bright and sunny, but a bit cooler with highs in the upper 40s and low 50 as a result of onshore breezes. Easter Sunday will feature a warmer SW wind with highs climbing well into the 50's. Our next storm will bring rain Monday afternoon through early Tuesday that may end as some wet snow in northern NH as colder air returns for a day.


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