It’s been pretty warm in New England this autumn, so we aren’t ready to consider fall colors quite yet. Soon, though, and a trip to Manchester would be a good getaway from Boston regardless. How will that getaway look then?
At 1053AM, ET, Manchester was reporting overcast skies with a temperature of 52 degrees. High pressure sits over New England in a broad sense, but at the surface moisture was straming to a trough over the central Plains, and a vorticity maximum over New York and evident on satellite loops, embedded in the flow is slowing the clearing for New Hampshire and the rest of New England.
The trough in the central Plains will be slow to organize into a typical cyclonic structure, and through Tuesday and early on Wednesday, expect the skies to clear up considerably. A warm front will organize over northern New England by late in the day on Wednesday, however, and some increased overcast will occur by that time. The rapid intensification of Hurricane Michael in the Caribbean will impact the amount of moisture available in New Hampshire, and for that reason, rain is being left out of the forecast on Wednesday.
Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy, increasing sunlight, High 76, Low 53
Wednesday – Increasing clouds late, High 78, Low 67
TWC: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy. Warmer.High 78, lpw 52
Wednesday – High 82, Low 64
AW:: Tomorrow – More humid; cloudy, then clouds and sunshine High 77, Low 54
Wednesday – Partial sunshine; very warm High 81, Low 66
NWS: tomorrow – Patchy fog before 9am. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, High 79, Low 53
Wednesday -Mostly sunny High 79, Low 64
WB: Tomorrow – Partly sunny, High 77, Low 62
Wednesday – Mostly sunny, High 77, low 64
WN: Tomorrow – partly cloudy, High 78, low 52
Wednesday – Partly cloudy, High 79, low 63
FIO: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy until afternoon. High 76, Low 54
Wednesday – Partly cloudy starting overnight. High 79, low 64
A nice warm up coming to New Hampshire as that trough in the west takes shape and our vort max in New York goes away. One last taste of summer, it seems.