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Mount Washington Valley Forecast

Thursday, April 17, 2014
4:41 AM

An area of high pressure will crest over the region today allowing temperatures to rebound to the 40s across the state as skies remain mostly sunny overhead. A light onshore flow will add a bit of a nip to the air and will keep coastal and southern area a bit cooler than areas inland. Overnight, the clear and calm conditions continue allowing temperatures in many areas to once again fall below freezing. Friday, the high slides offshore as a low slowly approaches from the Great Lakes. An increasing return flow on the backside of the high will allow temperatures to improve to more seasonable levels during the day. High and mid level clouds will approach from the west during the day as the Great Lakes Low slowly slides northeast.


Friday night, a weak cold front from the passing low will extend south across the state spreading in additional clouds and bringing a chance of a few light rain showers; mainly in the north of the state. As the front exits on Saturday, a few showers will linger in the morning before tapering by the afternoon. Clouds will linger around the mountains in the north but the rest of the state will experience of bit of a clearing trend as a ridge of high pressure rebuilds. Fair skies and seasonable conditions from the high will return for Sunday and linger into Monday morning prior to an approaching disturbance for the afternoon that will return clouds to the state.

Ryan Knapp
Staff Meteorologist
Forecast

Today:

Mostly sunny.

Highs: mid 40s°F

Wind: Light and variable becoming E around 10 mph

Tonight:

Mostly clear.

Lows: around 20°F

Wind: Light and variable

Extended Outlook

Tomorrow:

Mostly sunny then increasingly cloudy overnight.

Highs: upper 40s°F

Lows: lower 30s°F

Saturday

Mostly cloudy w/ a chance of rain showers.

Highs: lower 50s°F

Lows: lower 30s°F

Sunday

Partly sunny.

Highs: mid 50s°F

Lows: lower 30s°F

Monday

Mostly cloudy.

Highs: upper 50s°F

Lows: upper 30s°F

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