TI Report for Franconia, NH for Sun Nov 10 09:00:20 EST 2019
YMW upper air data from Kevin Ford's server at Texas A&M.
Forecast max temp from AVN MOS for Whitefield NH from nws.noaa.gov.

Interpolations from YMW data - temps:deg. F, altitudes:feet MSL
  MSL  *TI* Wdir@kts trig  VirT  1.7 degrees/division ("`": Dry Adiabatic)
-----  ---- -------- ---- . ---- -----------------------------------------
15000  18.1            72 | -6.9 `               :
14500  17.5            71 | -5.4  `               :
14000  16.9  260  58   70 | -3.8   `               :
13500  16.3            69 | -2.2     `              :
13000  15.7            68 | -0.7      `              :
12500  15.0            67 |  0.9       `             :
12000  14.4  255  57   66 |  2.5         `            :
11500  13.8            65 |  4.1          `            :
11000  13.2            64 |  5.6            `           :
10500  12.6            63 |  7.2             `           :
10000  12.0            61 |  8.8              `          :
 9500  11.4            60 | 10.3                `         :
 9000  10.8  245  48   59 | 11.9                 `         :
 8500  10.0            58 | 13.3                  `         :
 8000   9.3  240  48   57 | 14.6                    `       :
 7500   8.5            55 | 15.8                     `       :
 7000   7.7  245  47   54 | 17.0                       `      :
 6500   6.8            52 | 18.2                        `     :
 6000   6.0  245  38   51 | 19.3                         `     :
 5500   5.1            49 | 20.4                           `   :
 5000   4.2            48 | 21.6                            `   :
 4500   3.4            46 | 22.7                             `   :
 4000   2.7  260  33   45 | 24.2 (CB: 4300)                    ` :
 3500   1.9            43 | 25.4                                ` :
 3000   1.0  240  34   42 | 26.4                                  `:
 2500  -0.3            40 | 26.7 (High: 40)                        :
 2000  -1.9  205  29   37 | 26.5                                   :`
 1500  -2.6            36 | 27.9                                   :  `
 1000  -3.2  185  12   35 | 29.5                                    :  `
  500  -3.5            35 | 31.6                                     :   `

NWS Regional Summary - 637 AM EST SUN NOV 10 2019

Synopsis despite much milder temperatures today the readings will actually still remain slightly below normal for early November. Clouds will continue to thicken and some rain and snow showers are possible across the mountains as a weak front drops into the area. The front will stall across the area tonight and act as a focus for more precipitation Monday as it begins to slowly lift north. Light snow will be possible to the north of the front, but the bulk of the precipitation will fall Monday night into Tuesday. Low pressure will track along this boundary bringing rain, snow, and a mix to the area. Very cold air follows this system with temperatures plummeting for the second half of the week.

The weather observed at BERLIN, NH at 08:52 AM EST was:

The skies were mostly cloudy. The prevailing visibility was 10 miles.
Temperature: 30F ( -1C) Dewpoint: 19F ( -7C) Relative Humidity: 64%
There was no wind.
Pressure: 1015.6 millibars. Altimeter:29.94 inches of mercury.

MPV Terminal Aerodrome Forecast issued 10-Nov-2019 06:31 EST
Forecast valid  7:00am 10-Nov through  7:00am 11-Nov.
 6:31am: 18009kt P6sm Bkn090
 6:00pm: 21005kt P6sm Ovc050
10:00pm: 25004kt P6sm Vcsh Ovc025
 0:00am: 32004kt P6sm Vcsh Ovc018