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Mount Washington Valley Forecast

Friday, October 31, 2014
5:12 AM

High pressure will move offshore today, with low pressure over the Great Lakes redeveloping along the Mid Atlantic coast. Skies will become more cloudy as the day goes on, with temperatures reaching near average readings. Low pressure will continue to move northeast overnight and into Saturday, reaching the Gulf of Maine by late tomorrow. Rain showers will overspread the area Saturday morning, becoming more steady during the afternoon. As the low begins tracking east of New Hampshire and strengthens, enough cold air will likely mix in for rain to change over to wet snow overnight. Snow will continue into Sunday morning, with a light accumulation possible, especially across any higher elevations.



Partly sunny early, becoming mostly cloudy.

Highs: Upper 40s°F

Wind: Light and variable



Lows: Lower 30s°F

Wind: Light and variable

Extended Outlook


Cloudy w/ a chance of rain, mixing with snow overnight.

Highs: Upper 40s°F

Lows: Lower 30s°F


Cloudy and windy w/ a chance of morning snow.

Highs: Around 40°F

Lows: Mid 20s°F


Mostly sunny.

Highs: Upper 30s°F

Lows: Mid 20s°F


Increasingly cloudy.

Highs: Upper 40s°F

Lows: Upper 30s°F

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