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


High pressure continues to bring dry weather conditions and seasonable temperatures our way and it will last into tomorrow. So, enjoy the sunshine while you can.

Rain will be entering New England Thursday and spreading across New Hampshire during the afternoon. Some of the rain may be heavy at times as the winds begin to pick up as well as a cold frontal boundary bears down upon the region while Low pressure passes by well to the north. Rainfall amounts from this could reach near an inch of much needed water in some areas. Highs will be climbing into the mid 50s. Showers will taper off Friday morning and then temperatures will begin to cool down as we enter the weekend.

Speaking of the weekend, another cold front will move into the area Saturday night. So, while I expect most of Saturday to be dry by Saturday night rain showers will develop and there may be some wet snow mixing in as far south as Manchester. Higher elevations of northern NH could get a minor accumulation as it tend to be mainly all snow up there. So check back during the week for further updates on that.

Have a great week!


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