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Mount Washington Valley Forecast

Friday, July 25, 2014
4:57 AM

High pressure over the area today will begin to move to our south this evening, with a more humid and unstable air mass arriving tomorrow ahead of a series of low pressures. Today will be a pleasant day, with comfortable temperatures and low humidity under plentiful sunshine. Overnight skies will remain mostly clear, with valley fog forming after midnight. Tomorrow will feel slightly more humid, with a few high clouds increasing during the afternoon hours. Late tomorrow night showers and thunderstorms could be possible, with several areas of back to back low pressures keeping our weather unsettled into the first half of the workweek.

Forecast

Today:

Mostly sunny.

Highs: Upper 70s°F

Wind: NW around 10 mph

Tonight:

Mostly clear w/ areas of patchy fog after midnight.

Lows: Mid 50s°F

Wind: W 10 mph becoming light/variable

Extended Outlook

Tomorrow:

Mostly sunny.

Highs: Upper 70s°F

Lows: Around 60°F

Sunday

Mostly cloudy w/ showers and thunderstorms likely, mainly during the morning.

Highs: Mid 70s°F

Lows: Around 60°F

Monday

Cloudy w/ showers and thunderstorms likely.

Highs: Mid 70s°F

Lows: Upper 50s°F

Tuesday

Mostly cloudy w/ a chance of showers and thunderstorms.

Highs: Mid 70s°F

Lows: Mid 50s°F

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