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Mount Washington Valley Forecast

Friday, April 18, 2014
5:00 AM

High pressure will move into the Canadian Maritimes today, with a weak cold front approaching from the west this evening. High clouds will be on the increase this afternoon ahead of the front, with temperatures remaining cool in the 40s. A few light showers could be possible as the front passes during the predawn hours tomorrow, with skies slowly clearing out during the afternoon. High pressure and warmer weather will return for the end of the weekend.



Partly sunny.

Highs: Upper 40s°F

Wind: Light and variable


Partly cloudy early, becoming mostly cloudy.

Lows: Lower 30s°F

Wind: Light and variable

Extended Outlook


Mostly cloudy w/ a slight chance of showers early, becoming partly sunny.

Highs: Around 50°F

Lows: Upper 20s°F


Mostly sunny.

Highs: Mid 50s°F

Lows: Lower 30s°F


Partly cloudy.

Highs: Upper 50s°F

Lows: Upper 30s°F


Mostly cloudy w/ a chance of rain showers.

Highs: Lower 60s°F

Lows: Upper 30s°F

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