Oct 18, 2015 7:57 PM
NH1 Weather Insider with meteorologist Bill Gile for October 19, 2015
We'll have a frigid start to our Monday as the coldest air of the season settles in with temperatures starting the morning off in the teens up north and mid 20's south. However, this will be the last day of this winter-like cold snap. Plenty of sunshine comes our way, but it will still be cool with highs in the 40s.
As High pressure works its way off the mid-Atlantic coast through Monday night, warmer SW winds will develop and quickly return temps to a more typical mid October airmass. A lot of clouds will move in Monday night and we could see an evening shower of either rain or rain snow mix north of the lakes region and then temperatures may begin to rise just a bit as it remains above freezing through the overnight. A weak front will slide through Tuesday and bring a threat of showers Tuesday morning, especially to the north country that could mix with some snow in higher elevations, but then partial sunshine returns for the afternoon. Wednesday and Thursday look to get just a bit milder, but another weak frontal system will slide through Thursday to bring another threat of a shower or two, then that looks to be followed up with a fine finish to the week and the start of next weekend with temperatures mostly in the upper half of the 50s.
Have a great week!