Nov 29, 2015 7:37 PM

NH1 Weather Insider with meteorologist Bill Gile for November 30, 2015


Looks like we'll be seeing our daytime highs bouncing up and down this week. High pressure continues to build across northern New England heading toward Nova Scotia through Monday evening. So, this means we'll have another very cold day today but as the winds begin to turn from northeast to southeast during the afternoon some clouds will mix with sunshine over southern NH. Highs Monday will be about 10 degrees below normal as they remain stuck in the 30s! As the breeze becomes more southerly Tuesday we'll see temperatures bouncing back up to the 40s. However, clouds and showers will be advancing into the region during the mid to late afternoon on Tuesday as a storm system comes up from the southwest. Some freezing rain or snow may mix in at the onset for the mountain region and points north before changing to all rain into Wednesday morning.

Periods of rain will last throughout most of the day Wednesday and then as skies begin to dry out for Thursday we'll cool back down a bit as we finish the work week. The good news is that as we move through next weekend we may be seeing a bit of a warm up again as some 50s may be returning to southern NH!

Have a great week!


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