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Feb 15, 2015 6:08 PM

7-Day extended NH1 forecast for Monday, Feb. 16, 2015


A Wind Chill WARNING is in effect for all of New Hampshire through Monday morning, as cold arctic air follows Sunday's winter weather.

High pressure will once again settle back in for the start of next week leading to quiet weather. Monday we may even have a chance to see the sun, but don't be fooled, temperatures will be incredibly cold. Please dress warmly. Any exposed skin will quickly be subject to frostbite.

High wind gusts stick around for the better half of the day making temperatures plummet and struggling to hit zero in some places. Those winds will make it feel like -30 to -20 all day.

Another storm system looks to track up the eastern seaboard Tuesday Night into Wednesday possibly bringing yet another accumulating snowfall. As of now the track appears to only drop 1-3" mainly in southeastern New Hampshire and towards the coast. But as always, stay tuned!

President's Day: Mostly sunny, continued breezy and cold, blowing snow, highs 9-13. Tuesday: Partly sunny, little warmer, chance of snow late at night, highs 18-22. Wednesday: Cloudy with a chance of snow, warmer, highs 25-29. Thursday: Mostly sunny, highs 16-20. Friday: Mostly sunny, highs 15-19.


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