Oct 3, 2015 8:20 PM

NH1 Weather Insider with meteorologist Bill Gile for October 3, 2015

Source: NH1.com

High pressure will once again build across the region to our north for the next few days while hurricane Joaquin stays well out at sea and really only makes much more closer pass to Bermuda.

Thus, we can look forward to several days of dry weather and a slight warming trend into the middle of the week.

We'll see a fair amount of sunshine over the next few days with high temperatures climbing back toward normal levels. After a chilly start to Sunday and
Monday morning (with frost advisories in effect for Grafton & Carroll counties), Highs Sunday will mostly be in the upper 50s, then low 60s Monday and
continuing to warm a few more degrees each day through Wednesday. That's when a cold front will come through giving a few showers to northern NH as it passes and then sending temperatures back down again for the rest of the week.

Have a great weekend!


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