Feb 19, 2015 10:20 PM

7-day NH1 Forecast for Friday, Feb. 20, 2015

Source: NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com

The storm system that brought us snow has moved away to our northeast however as it deepens and strengthens, gusty winds blow in its wake.

Cold high pressure settles in for Friday leading to sunny skies but very cold temps. The winds will continue to be a bit gusty. High pressure moves by to our south Saturday lightening the winds and bringing fair skies.

We'll track a storm system moving in from the Ohio Valley that may actually bring enough warm air to make for a mix of snow and rain from Saturday Night through Sunday Morning. The best chance for any mixing of rain will be across southern NH and the Seacoast. As far as snowfall totals go, right now it looks like for many it will be on the order of 2"-4" of 3"-5". The system appears to be quick moving so some clearing may be possible Sunday Afternoon.

More cold arctic air builds back in for the start of next week with high pressure leading to fair skies. Another storm system may impact the area Wednesday, perhaps as a coastal storm, but uncertainty remains with just how organized this system will be.

Friday: Mostly sunny, breezy and cold, highs 9-16. Wind chill values below 0 all day long. Friday Night: Clear skies, lighter winds, very cold, lows -5 to -15. Saturday: Increasing clouds with snow likely after sunset, highs 23-27. Sunday: Morning snow likely, possibly mixed with rain, some clearing in the afternoon, much warmer, highs 34-38. Monday: Mostly sunny, breezy and colder, highs 15-19. Tuesday: Mostly sunny and cold, highs 17-21. Wednesday: Cloudy with a chance of snow, highs 26-30. Thursday: Mostly sunny, highs 20-24.


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