May 16, 2015 8:24 PM

NH1 Weather Insider with meteorologist Bill Gile for May 17, 2015


Sunday will start off with some clouds in the morning, but by the afternoon a good deal of sunshine will take over with temperatures warming into the upper half of the 70's to the far north and low 80s in the south. If you’re thinking about heading to the beach you’ll encounter a light seabreeze and afternoon readings in the low 70s.
Changes in sky cover will take place Sunday night with low clouds and fog returning as a back door front drops down from Maine causing the winds to shift out of the east-northeast and you know what that means, cooler temperatures for Monday! High pressure over Nova Scotia will push south and direct that backdoor cold front through New England. Temperatures will drop noticeably with high only in the 50's at the coast and 60's inland. Low clouds will continue to back in as well and there may be some spotty drizzle or mist along the coast. Although throughout the CT river valley there could be some breaks of sun and if that occur your readings will rise toward 70 or better.
A more impressive batch of showers is expected along a cold front that will spread back into New England during day Tuesday. We could really use the water and this has a chance to provide beneficial rainfall Tuesday with the possibility for a few downpours along this slow moving front. The good thing is that the air out ahead of the front will won’t be as cool as Monday. Once this front pushes off the coast, breezy drying NW winds will follow as High pressure builds in accompanied by seasonable temperatures that will be near 70 for most. Thursday through Saturday look dry and sunny for the most part with readings in the lower half of the 70s.
Have a great weekend!

Bill Gile | Meteorologist

New Hampshire One News


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