Feb 23, 2015 8:42 PM
7-day NH1 Forecast for Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015
Source: Clayton Stiver
An arctic cold front has ushered in very cold air across the Granite State for the beginning of the week. Cold high pressure will lead to fair skies for Tuesday. Winds will be lighter.
A weak upper level system will cross the area Tuesday Night into early Wednesday and this system will try to combine with a storm system offshore. This setup may allow for a period of snow to graze the Seacoast and possibly bring a coating to an inch, maybe even a little more. At this time most of the snow looks to be just to the east in Maine but one slight shift in the track could bring more snow further westward. We will keep our eyes on it.
A reinforcing shot of cold air comes back in for the end of the week but high pressure leads to fair skies that look to last through the weekend. Temperatures will modify during the weekend into the start of next week and a storm system may impact the region Sunday Night into Monday. This may be our next real shot for widespread accumulating snow. Stay tuned.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and quite cold, lighter winds though, highs 10-17. Tuesday Night: Increasing clouds, chance of snow mainly for the Seacoast and after midnight, lows 9-13. Wednesday: A chance of early snow for the Seacoast otherwise partly sunny, highs 25-29. Thursday: Mostly sunny and colder, highs 14-18. Friday: Mostly sunny, highs 17-21. Saturday: Mostly sunny, highs 22-26. Sunday: Partly sunny, highs 28-32. Monday: Cloudy with a chance of snow possibly mixed with rain, highs 33-37.