Watch: Storms move out followed by strong winds

Meteorologist Mike Haddad has a look at the latest forecast.

Video Transcript

MIKE HADDAD: Thank you very much for joining us Storm Watch 9, weather on the web. So many weather changes just over the last 12 hours and more to come into the day on Thursday. The heavy rain and storms are moving out, snow redeveloping in northern New Hampshire the last several hours and it will continue into the day tomorrow. Strong gusty winds tonight into Friday, driving temperatures well below the average into early on Friday, and then a recovery back close to the average by Friday afternoon, and above average for a nice start to the weekend on Saturday.

Overnight tonight, 20s and lower 30s, with snow north and clouds and some partial clearing in southern parts of the state. This cold front certainly did mean business during the day on Wednesday with those tropical downpours, thunderstorms, gusty winds, tumbling temperatures, and, yes, cold enough for some snow, and more snow to be had right through the day tomorrow in northern parts of the state. And as those gusty winds crank up, partial clearing in southern New Hampshire.

During the day tomorrow, clouds, partial sun, could be a snow shower south, more snow north, and then plenty of sunshine statewide during the day on Friday, and more on Saturday to kickoff the weekend. Big factor in our weather between now and on Friday will be gusty winds. Notice they crank up out of the west northwest, possibly over 40 miles per hour. And once you get those winds over the upper 30s to near 40, we are talking about a potential for some scattered power outages during Thursday and again during the day on Friday.

But winds go a little bit lighter, temperatures climb even a bit higher, more sun, makes for a great start to the upcoming weekend. Then more beneficial rain moves on through for Sunday, windy and a bit cooler as we go into Monday compared to Saturday. And then temperatures climb again, partly sunny, mid-60s on Tuesday, around 70-plus on Wednesday.