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Mount Washington Valley Forecast

Monday, September 22, 2014
5:02 AM

High pressure will build in today behind a departing cold front, with temperatures noticeably cooler than yesterday. A few showers could be possible this morning as the cold front continues to pull away, with gusty winds. Overnight skies will clear during the evening, with temperatures falling well into the 30s and winds remaining breezy. High pressure will begin to take control tomorrow, with more in the way of sun and temperatures climbing back into the 60s after a chilly start to the day. Mostly sunny skies and moderating temperatures will continue for the rest of the week.



Mostly cloudy w/ patchy morning fog and a slight chance of showers.

Highs: Lower 60s°F

Wind: W 15-20 mph w/ gusts up to 30 mph


Mostly clear and colder.

Lows: Mid 30s°F

Wind: W 10-15 mph

Extended Outlook


Partly sunny.

Highs: Lower 60s°F

Lows: Upper 30s°F


Mostly sunny.

Highs: Lower 60s°F

Lows: Around 40°F


Mostly sunny.

Highs: Mid 60s°F

Lows: Upper 40s°F


Mostly sunny.

Highs: Upper 60s°F

Lows: Upper 40s°F

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