Cool In The East, Warm In The West Today

Hello everyone!

Today’s weather will be quite dependent on which part of the area you’re in. SW NH will bask in another day of late fall warmth with mostly sunny skies and light west winds. Along the ME coast, a cool and damp day is forecast with onshore winds becoming fairly breezy in the afternoon. Fog is likely to redevelop this evening along the coast as well.¬†Highs will range from 60 along the coast to 75 in SW NH. While drizzle can’t be ruled out along the coast, no organized precip is expected.

-Jack

Warm And Dry Again Today

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Today will feature more of the same unusually warm fall weather that we’ve been seeing for the past few days. Temps won’t be quite as warm as yesterday due to a weak cold front that drifted through the area last night. Look for highs to rise into the upper 60’s and low 70’s for most of the area. Winds will be light and out of the northwest today. Skies will once again be sunny and no precip is expected anywhere in the region.

-Jack

Another Unusually Warm Day

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Today will feature another sunny, warm, and dry day as SW breezes set up on the north side of a large area of high pressure. These SW winds will continue to bring in warmer air, and another mild day is expected with highs ranging from the mid 60’s along the midcoast and in the north to the mid 70’s in the typical SW warm spots. Skies will be clear and dry as moisture will once again be lacking in our part of the world. Enjoy the nice weather, it won’t last forever!

-Jack

Slightly Warmer But Still Quiet Today

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Today will feature a continuation of our quiet weather pattern as warmer air slowly begins to filter back into the region from the southwest. Sunny skies will rule the day across the area as there’s little in the way of moisture within several hundred miles. Temps will be noticeably warmer compared to today, and highs in the 60’s are expected, with a few readings near 70 possible in southern NH. Once again, dry weather is expected for the entire region.

-Jack

Cool And Dry Today

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Cool and quiet weather will continue today as high pressure moves in overhead. Look for frosty lows to rise into the low to mid 50’s for most areas this afternoon. NW winds won’t be nearly as breezy as yesterday as the high pressure takes over. Skies will be sunny for the entire region, and no precipitation is expected. Enjoy the beautiful fall day!

-Jack

Gusty NW Winds Bring Cooler And Drier Air Today

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Current observations this morning show the long-awaited cold front just about to clear the coast. NW winds are already in progress across the mountains behind the front. Today’s weather will be dominated by a familiar pattern that we haven’t gotten to enjoy much recently: upslope/downslope. The mountains will see plenty of cloud cover as air is forced to rise up the NW slopes. As that air descends the SE slopes of the mountains, it warms and dries, leading to sunny conditions along the coastal plain. All models are in agreement that temperatures will be moving downward today, so the “high temperature” is whatever you’re seeing right now. For the mountains, this means that temperatures in the mountains will fall from the low 50’s this morning down through the 40’s this afternoon before arriving in the 30’s this evening. Temps along the coast will be about 10 degrees warmer with morning 60’s cooling to afternoon 50’s and evening 40’s.

-Jack

Warm And Breezy Today

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Today will feature warm temps, a mix of sun and clouds, and breezy SW winds as a strong cold front approaches from the west. Morning fog will mix out to afternoon sunshine for all except the Midcoast, where onshore winds will keep the fog around through the day. SW winds will be gusty across the region as the cold front nears. Wind gusts of 25-30 mph will be common, with higher gusts in the mountains and along the midcoast. Showers are possible in the mountains this morning as a warm front lifts north, but the rest of the area should stay dry until the showers associated with the cold front arrive late this evening.

-Jack