Mickey: Saturday rain, then cold air

Faith Castro
November 20, 2017

Environment Canada is forecasting rain at times heavy with a 60 per cent chance of showers later in the day.

Temperatures will warm into the 40s ahead of this system and rain will arrive by 8 a.m. Saturday. Daytime highs will be near 60 by the afternoon with a return of a southwest surface wind around 10 to 15 miles per hour. Chance of precipitation is 100%.

SUNDAY: Temperatures falling through the 30s with scattered snow showers.

Enjoying mostly cloudy skies, dry roads and seasonal temperatures to start our Friday morning. Dress warmly! Lows will fall into the 20 area-wide Sunday night with wind chills in the teens in the higher elevations. This means a few inches of wet snow is possible overnight before it mixes with and even changes to rain Sunday morning. Beyond Monday, models begin to spread on rain chances and temps into midweek.

Temperatures are cold this morning but will be close to your seasonable norm this afternoon as we top out near 70 under sunny skies. South wind 5 to 13 miles per hour.

Mickey: Saturday rain, then cold air

Mostly sunny. Mild Highs 72 to 78.

For those planning holiday travel or a pre-dinner turkey trot, Thanksgiving is projected to be cloudy but dry, with a high near 45 degrees and a low around 30 degrees. Pockets in northern New Hampshire, Coos county is likely to see a bit of freezing rain and light snow. Saturday night lows will be in the 50s-not too bad.

Sunday: Sunny, with a high near 48. It's been downhill ever since, and the quick shot of cold air should become more established over the next 24 hours. Windy. High 2 C. Night: Cloudy periods.

Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low around 26. In fact, we'll see much warmer than average highs on Wednesday and Thanksgiving.

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