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Mount Washington Valley Forecast

Tuesday, August 19, 2014
4:21 AM

High pressure will build over the region today then linger overnight and into Wednesday. Skies will remain fair today and tonight before seeing a gradual increase in cloud cover on Wednesday as a low approaches from the west. With clear skies and low winds overnight, expect many sheltered valleys of the north to see fog forming by Wednesday morning. After a week of unseasonably cool temperatures, temperatures will moderate closer to normal for the midweek. Thursday the high slides offshore and the low from the west struggles to move overhead. Generally this low will wash out and just provide some clouds but cannot completely rule out a shower or two during the day. So, as of now it is looking like the high is to remain in control of the weather for the workweek ahead. However, sunny and hot conditions are not expected as a onshore flow keeps temperatures mild and low level stratus clouds push inland late in the week on nearly a daily basis.

Ryan Knapp
Staff Meteorologist
Forecast

Today:

Mostly sunny.

Highs: mid 70s°F

Wind: Light and variable

Tonight:

Mostly clear. Patchy fog.

Lows: mid 40s°F

Wind: Light and variable

Extended Outlook

Tomorrow:

Mostly sunny.

Highs: upper 70s°F

Lows: mid 50s°F

Thursday

Increasingly cloudy.

Highs: mid 70s°F

Lows: upper 50s°F

Friday

Mostly cloudy.

Highs: lower 70s°F

Lows: upper 50s°F

Saturday

Partly sunny.

Highs: upper 60s°F

Lows: mid 50s°F

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