No Big Storms Ahead
Posted by Chris Lambert
A cool and breezy day comes to a close as highs struggle to get out of the 40s and clouds blocked out that sun at times. It's an easy slide back to the 30s this evening, however, more clouds advance in from our west and winds start turning to the southwest. For many towns, temps are colder late this evening than near daybreak tomorrow as the 30s turn back toward 40 by sunrise.
A few showers/sprinkles arrive pre-dawn or around daybreak Sunday too, and in the higher terrain of SW New Hampshire, flakes mix in. That precip is with a warm front moving in. In the afternoon, a cold front could trigger another isolated shower, but much of the day is spent on the dry side. Temps peak around midday in the 50s and fall back fast late afternoon. Winds are active, gusting past 30mph.
Veterans Day itself looks pretty good. Breezy with sun to increasing clouds and temps near 50.
A slightly higher chance for a few rain/snow showers arrives Tuesday morning. As an impressively strong area of high pressure drops out of Canadian, usually cold air is sent through the eastern half of the country. For us, it means temps are in the lower to mid 40s early Tuesday morning, but thanks a cold front barreling on through, temps drop late morning and hold into the upper 30s in the afternoon. Along that front, a few rain/snow showers fall early to mid morning.
Cold air continues to pour in Tuesday night, and Wednesday is another cold day with temps struggling to hit 40 degrees.
Thursday and Friday, the temp trend is up as we bounce back into the 50s by Friday.
Still, not big storms in this 7day as the mainly dry pattern continues.
Side note: The front that brings a couple showers near daybreak here, brings accumulating snow to some ski resorts of northern New England tonight and tomorrow morning. Check out your favorite ski resort in Northern New England maybe? Some resorts have been making snow and have opened up this weekend.