Cool And Calm Again Today

Hello everyone!
Our stretch of cool and dry weather continues today with highs in the 40’s north and low 50’s south. A mid level cloud deck lurks over southern NH this morning and should stay south but a few more clouds are possible in southern areas should it drift north. Otherwise, sunny skies will rule today.

-Jack

More Of The Same Today

Hello everyone! 

The forecast this morning once again isn’t really a shocker- high pressure remains locked in place and therefore we will see another day of mainly sunny skies and cool temps. Highs today look slightly cooler especially over southern areas where some mid to high clouds are likely to temper the sun’s influence. Light onshore flow will also aid in the cooling process for coastal areas. Farther north, clear skies are expected. Highs will be relatively uniform over the region with upper 40’s to low 50’s expected for all. A few mid 50’s are possible in interior southern areas. 

-Jack 

Rain And Snow Today

Hello everyone!

Winter is making one final push today as a clipper system pushes south of our area. Dew points are currently in the 10’s for most areas outside of western York County where precip has begun. These dry dew points are eating up the precip this morning but when it comes, temps will likely crash to around freezing from current readings in the low to mid 30’s. This is a process known as evaporational cooling.

The end result is that rain and snow moves in over the southern half of the area and a coating-2″ is likely for all involved with 2-4″ in the hills of southern Oxford and York counties. Most of this falls mid morning/early afternoon before tapering to rain showers as temps warm and the low shifts east. Highs will rise into the mid to upper 30’s south and upper 30’s to low 40’s north where some sun could peek out from behind the clouds.

-Jack

Another Nice Spring Day Ahead

Hello everyone! 

Today will feature a repeat of yesterday with sunny skies, warm temps, and a slight northerly breeze. Look for highs in the low to mid 50’s north and the low to mid 60’s south. Continued dry conditions means fire danger continues to be high so watch for that today. 

Don’t be surprised to see snowflakes tomorrow morning as a low slides south. 

-Jack