Sep 20, 2015 7:48 PM
NH1 Weather Insider with meteorologist Bill Gile for September 21, 2015
A large area of high pressure will slide into the region bringing more dry weather and cooler temperatures to start the week, which will actually be at normal levels for daytime highs. Those readings will gradually warm up a bit as we head toward the first day of fall which begins at 4:21 am on Wednesday. Sunshine will prevail for the most part right into Thursday. Tuesday will actually bring more in the way of cloudiness around, but otherwise Friday, at this point, looks to be our only threat of a shower or two around, but it's an extremely low threat and we really need some significant rainfall.
As I mentioned temperatures will be cooling for the first part of the week with highs only in the upper 60s and low 70s by day and falling to the 30s and 40s at night, which should really help to get the ball rolling on the changing color of the leaves. Another very The chilly is in store Monday night/Tuesday morning when temperatures in the north country will drop to the low and mid 30s while ranging to the low and mid 40s in southern areas. As fall arrives on Wednesday we'll see highs returning to the mid 70s.
Finally, coming up on the night of the 27th (next Sunday night), a total lunar eclipse will take place beginning in the late evening hours and right now conditions very good for viewing it!
Have a great week!