Rain marches east Friday morning as a cold front swings through the North Country. Occasional downpours interspersed among lighter showers highlight your commute into work. Rain will wind down from west to east, and showers will lighten as the day progresses, clearing out of the Upper Valley and New Hampshire by early to mid afternoon. Behind that front this afternoon, the temp slowly falls to between the mid 40s and low 50s by the afternoon drive home and that breezy wind at 10-30 mph shifts to out of the northwest before eventually calming around midnight.
Tonight, under partly cloudy skies, the temp plummets down to the mid 30s valleys and mid 20s mountains, making for a chilly start to the weekend. We don’t recover much from there during the day on Saturday. The high is in the mid to upper 40s with a partly sunny sky and a light north wind.
Sunday and Monday, another pair of fronts scoots through in similar fashion to Thursday and Friday’s front. It gets a little breezy with periods of rain likely, some of which may be moderate to heavy Monday. Early Sunday morning, a touch of wet snow is possible across higher terrain briefly, before changing to rain. Mid 50s Sunday; mid 60s Monday. Then, quieter weather unfolds midweek, but temps get just about as cold as they have all season long Wednesday night and Thursday night.
Have a fantastic weekend!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Lindquist