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Mount Washington Valley Forecast

Friday, October 24, 2014
4:31 AM

A coastal low will slowly lift towards the Canadian Maritimes today. As it exits, moisture will rotate in on its backside bringing continued showers to the state, mainly this morning. By the afternoon, the bulk of the rain showers should be done and a bit of drier air will approach allowing for some partial clearing. Overnight, any remaining showers will taper and a clearing pattern will set up across the state. Most of the state should start out with of a bit of sunshine Saturday as a weak ridge of high pressure crests in. Over the course of the day, the ridge will slide offshore and a cold front will approach from the west. This will thicken and lower clouds during the day and a few rain showers will spread in from the west during the afternoon hours.

Overnight, the cold front will spread additional showers in across the state. Sunday, the front will slide offshore, however, a trailing trough of low pressure will bring variable amounts of clouds and a continued chance of showers for the northern half of the state. Sunday night into Monday a ridge of high pressure will build in over the state allowing clouds to thin out further and for any remaining showers to taper. Monday will remain on the cool side despite the added sunshine but by Tuesday, temperatures will make a rebound as the high slides east and a light return flow sets up.

Ryan Knapp
Staff Meteorologist
Forecast

Today:

Mostly cloudy w/ rain showers likely.

Highs: around 50°F

Wind: N 10-15 mph

Tonight:

Partly cloudy.

Lows: lower 40s°F

Wind: NW 10-15 mph w/ higher gusts

Extended Outlook

Tomorrow:

Partly sunny. Chance of overnight rain showers.

Highs: upper 50s°F

Lows: lower 40s°F

Sunday

Partly sunny. Chance of morning rain showers.

Highs: lower 50s°F

Lows: upper 30s°F

Monday

Partly sunny.

Highs: mid 50s°F

Lows: upper 30s°F

Tuesday

Partly sunny.

Highs: upper 50s°F

Lows: lower 40s°F

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