NH1 Weather Window with Joe Joyce: A challenging week ahead
Welcome to another week of very little spring in the weather!
Having fun? The weekend has it's moments, and this time of year that is what it is all about..enjoying the moments as many better days still lie ahead. This week will come with it's share of challenges unfortunately.
A stalled front will meander northward into New Hampshire today and tonight with some light rain and snow showers before retreating southward for a bit on Tuesday. This front will remain the focus for precipitation through the midweek before high pressure builds in from the north. In fact, it looks like most of the heavier precipitation will be riding south of New Hampshire, into southern New England along this stalled front Tuesday.
New Hampshire will be closer to the the high which will bring drier, brighter weather through the midweek, but it will also come with cool ENE winds which will keep temperatures running seasonable cool through the week, right around 40-45 degrees.
By Thursday night a warm front will approach and trigger a few more showers. By Friday, we will get into the warm sector with temperatures climbing into the lower-mid 50's under SW winds behind the warm front. A cold front will sweep through Friday night with a few more showers and bring in cooler, yet very nice seasonal weather for April for the weekend.
Overall, the cold in the pattern is gradually breaking down, the snow is rapidly melting under this early September sun angle, and April will start to have many warmer days...especially once we get to the middle to end of the month.
Join us at NH1 at 5,6,and 10 p.m. for full look at all of the weather coming our way. Thanks for checking us out and we will see you soon!