The rarely seen in nature New Hampshire forecast that doesn’t involve infamous Mount Washington. Will getting to grandmother’s house be a problem in New England?
At 753PM, ET, Manchester was reporting a temperature of 54 degrees with partly cloudy skies. Southern New Hampshire found itself very near the occlusion point of a system traveling through New England. The shower activity was already out to sea, but the cold front lagged into Vermont and New York, while the warm front was causing fog just miles north in New Hampshire. The system was wrapped well enough that it has also generated a secondary boundary sweeping through southern Canada.
This tightly wound system will introduce some gusty winds within the next few hours, and they will turn to northerly and start bringing temperatures down. These blustery, chilly winds will continue through most of the day, with a cooler high pressure dominating most of the night Wednesday and on Thanksgiving. Expect a system to develop over the Northern Plains on Wednesday and shift east towards New England by the end of the day Thanksgiving. What will make for a mess for much of the Ohio Valley for Thanksgiving will wait until everyone is sleeping off their turkey in Manchester.
Tomorrow – Blustery and cooler, High 45, Low 31
Thanksgiving – Clear, with some light flurries or even freezing rain very late in the evening, High 44, Low 23
TWC: Tomorrow – Windy with a few clouds from time to time High 39, Low 30
Thanksgiving – A few clouds High 44, Low 26
AW: Tomorrow – Partly sunny, windy and cooler High 45, Low 29
Thanksgiving – Sun giving way to increasing clouds (PM rain) High 45, Low 24
NWS: Tomorrow – Partly sunny, then gradually becoming sunny High 40, Low 29
Thanksgiving – Increasing clouds, (Late rain/snow/sleet) High 44, Low 24
WB: Tomorrow – Sunny and blustery, High 41, Low 29
Thanksgiving – Sunny in the morning, then becoming partly sunny, High 43, Low 22
I should note that for all forecasters, Wednesday is a non-standard day, with the low coming at midnight as northerly flow persists. Heck, it’s in the 50s there. You can see the complicated cloud pattern aloft with the occluded system moving through, and another developing system in the Rockies.