Mar 6, 2016 8:20 PM

NH1 Weather Insider with meteorologist Bill Gile for March 7, 2016


High pressure will be settling to the south of New England through the midweek stretch and a milder southwesterly flow will begin to develop and direct warmer than normal air into the region for the first half of the week.

There will be a lot of clouds around on Monday as a weak cold front will try to push into the region. It may trigger a brief rain shower/sprinkle in the south or snow shower in the mountains and northernmost NH for the afternoon, but won't amount to much. That front will be lifting back north as a warm front as the upper level ridge builds along the east coast. High pressure south of New England will pump in the SW winds for a beautiful Tuesday and Wednesday with ample sunshine and highs climbing into the 50's and eventually into the 60's Wednesday.

A cold front will be pushing through Thursday with a couple of rain showers and a cooler NW wind that will end the work week. Temperatures will still be averaging above normal though. However, as we head into next weekend it looks like 50s may be returning. By the way, next weekend will be the start of Daylight Saving Time so remember to set those clocks ahead one hour before going to bed Saturday night!

Have a great week!


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