Nov 28, 2015 8:21 PM
Looks like we'll be seeing our daytime highs bouncing up and down this week. High pressure will build across northern New England through Monday to give us a good deal of sunshine, but also colder temperatures each day. In fact, Monday's highs will only be in the low and mid 30s, which will be below normal. However, as the High moves to the east later Monday winds will begin to come back around to a more southerly direction for Tuesday and that will help take our readings back up again.
Clouds will be on the increase Tuesday afternoon as a storm system approaches from the southwest, but again with winds blowing from the south we'll see milder temperatures in place so as precipitation arrives Tuesday night and Wednesday it will be in the form of rain. Although, the mountains will likely start as snow before changing to rain. Things will dry out to finish the work week and cool back down a bit as we head toward next weekend, but as we move through next weekend we may be seeing a bit of a warm up again!
Have a great day!
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