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Mount Washington Valley Forecast

Wednesday, October 22, 2014
4:59 AM
Flood Watch in effect through Thursday evening...

A nor'easter currently centered near Long Island will continue to strengthen as it slowly moves into the Gulf of Maine, with a strong feed of moisture off the Atlantic fueling heavy rain over the next 36 hours. Low clouds and areas of fog will be possible today, with temperatures remaining nearly steady in the 40s. Rain will become heavy at times today and through Thursday, with flooding a concern for smaller streams and rivers. The low will slowly pull away during the day Friday, with rain showers finally coming to an end by the start of the weekend.

Forecast

Today:

Cloudy w/ rain, heavy at times this afternoon, and areas of fog.

Highs: Upper 40s°F

Wind: NE 10-15 mph w/ gusts to 25 mph

Tonight:

Cloudy w/ rain, heavy at times.

Lows: Mid 40s°F

Wind: NE 10-15 mph w/ gusts to 25 mph

Extended Outlook

Tomorrow:

Cloudy w/ rain, heavy at times.

Highs: Around 50°F

Lows: Mid 40s°F

Friday

Cloudy w/ showers likely.

Highs: Lower 50s°F

Lows: Lower 40s°F

Saturday

Mostly cloudy early, becoming partly sunny.

Highs: Mid 50s°F

Lows: Lower 40s°F

Sunday

Partly cloudy.

Highs: Mid 50s°F

Lows: Around 40°F

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