Feb 5, 2015 8:29 PM
Clayton Stiver's 7-Day NH1 Forecast for Friday, Feb. 6, 2015
Source: Clayton Stiver
Gusty northwest winds usher in an arctic air mass for early Friday with wind chill values as low as -15 to -30. Dry conditions are anticipated however as high pressure builds in. This will lead to fair skies as we progress through Friday, lighter winds, but cold temps.
A somewhat active weather pattern continues to unfold across the Granite State as we go into the weekend. A frontal boundary will stall to our south over the weekend. Several weak disturbances will ride along this boundary bringing periods of light snow and scattered snow showers, especially Saturday Night into Sunday. A substantial snow all at once is not anticipated, however, several inches of snow could add up over time.
A slightly stronger storm system may track by to our south Monday into Tuesday continuing the chance for snow. Again, the snow may not be that heavy, but it will add up over time.
High pressure finally settles back in by Wednesday leading to fair skies. Some slightly warmer air also builds back in. A weak system may move through Thursday to spark some snow showers.
Friday: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy, lighter breezes but quite cold, especially in the morning, highs 13-17. Friday Night: Clear to partly cloudy, lows 4-8. Saturday: Partly sunny with a slight chance of snow showers late in the afternoon, highs 21-25. Saturday Night: Cloudy with a chance of light snow and snow showers, lows 7-11. Sunday: Cloudy with light snow and snow showers likely, highs 13-17. Monday: Cloudy with light snow and snow showers likely, highs 15-19. Tuesday: Some morning snow possible, then clearing skies, highs 21-26. Wednesday: Mostly sunny, highs 23-27. Thursday: Partly sunny with a chance of snow showers, highs 20-24.