Milford NH, after a few days of rain and cold fall temperatures, we are expecting high temperatures to start climbing by the end of the week. Forecast high temperatures are looking to be in the low to mid 70’s with again mainly sunny skies for at least Wednesday through Friday.
Showers return again on Saturday but the rest of the pumpkin festivl weekend looks great!
An area of High pressure will be over top of New England Wednesday bringing high temps in the 70’s and mainly to partly sunny skies for the second half of our work week. Showers and Downpours continue for the Western Portions of the Norhteast with a chance of some strong thunderstorms in the south. Some mixed rain and snow showers are also possible in the west with some much needed rain in California as well.
In the extended forecast, the next chance for showers looks to be on Saturday but a very small chance as of now so it looks to be a perfect weekend for the pumpkin festival epseically the kick off night on Friday. Overnight lows continue to be in the mid to upper 40’s with some low temps getting into the low 50’s by the end of the weekend.
Rainfall over the next three days will be light with only about a .10th of an inc of precip expected by the sunset on Thursday.
Enviroment Canada has also issued Frost Advisories for Far Eastern Canada as low temperatures will be in the low 30’s. Other than that, a couple of flood warnings are issued one in New York and one in Michigan. Dense Fog adivosires are issued for West Vergina, Maryland, and portions of Ohio as well. Small Craft Advisories have been issued off of the coast due to Hurricane Sam bringing some choppy waters to if you are planning to go out boating along the eastern coast, please monitor the latest forecast issued by the National Weather Service and have your NOAA Weather Radio ready at all times.