Feb 27, 2015 10:24 PM

7-Day NH1 Forecast for Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015

Source: Clayton Stiver

High pressure will build across the Granite State and last through the weekend leading to fair skies. Mornings will start off cold, around or just below 0, but afternoon highs will get a little warmer each day.

A cold front will track through Sunday Night as a wave of low pressure moves by just to our south and tracks northeastward off of Cape Cod. A widespread snowfall will be possible for NH but amounts don't look to be too heavy at this time, generally on the order of 1"-3" or 2"-4".

High pressure returns for Monday Afternoon through Tuesday leading to fair skies. A stronger storm system looks to track up through the Ohio Valley and Great Lakes into Canada Tuesday night into Wednesday. With this track, it will bring in warmer air to NH leading to a snow to ice to rain setup. A cold front then looks to track through Thursday possibly sparking snow showers in the morning.

Cold air returns for Friday but high pressure also settles in leading to fair skies.

Saturday: Ample sunshine, highs 22-26. Saturday Night: Clear skies and cold, lows either side of 0. Sunday: Sunny to start, increasing clouds during the afternoon, highs 26-30. Sunday Night: Cloudy with snow likely, lows 18-22. Monday: Early morning snow showers possible otherwise gradual clearing, highs 30-34. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, a chance of snow changing to sleet and freezing rain at night, highs 27-31. Wednesday: A chance of early sleet and freezing rain, then rain, much warmer, highs 41-45. Thursday: A chance of morning snow showers, partly sunny, highs 33-37. Friday: Mostly sunny, highs 22-26.


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