Today, we can expect clear skies with cool temperatures as high pressure dominates the weather. However, a weak weather system will approach tomorrow, bringing a chance of scattered rain and snow showers.
Despite the chill, the breeze will be lighter compared to recent days. Highs will be in the thirties up north, but in the forties in the Mount Washington Valley, Lakes region, and southward.
This lighter wind will be great for runners participating in the Manchester City Marathon. Tonight, expect a clear and cold night, with temperatures dropping into the upper teens in some valleys and twenties elsewhere. Tomorrow will start sunny and chilly, with temperatures warming back into the forties during the afternoon.
Clouds will increase late in the day, and by the evening, there could be a few scattered rain and snow showers. Futurecast shows that not every town will experience showers, but some areas may see flakes falling.
Tuesday will turn breezy, with a mix of sun and clouds. There may be a few lingering snow showers in the white mountains and Great North Woods. Temperatures will remain below average until midweek when a slow warming trend begins. By Thursday, we can expect temperatures in the fifties and mostly sunny conditions.
The risk of scattered rain and snow showers will start tomorrow evening and continue until early Tuesday. However, Wednesday and Thursday will be sunny. The next chance for rain will not occur until Friday night into Saturday..