Forecasters say Monday will likely bring New Hampshire its warmest temperatures of the year so far.
Meteorologist Rob St. Pierre of Hometown Forecast Services says an area of high pressure system has brought higher temperatures to the state, after several weeks of cooler weather:
“We had an upper level low sitting off to the east of Maine, and that was spinning in all the clouds. We had a northerly flow at the time, so that’s why our temperatures had a hard time getting out of the 40’s and low 50’s.”
St. Pierre says parts of New Hampshire will see highs in the low 80’s Monday. He says temperatures will dip a bit starting on Tuesday, but should stay in the 60’s and 70’s for the rest of the week.