Nov 13, 2014 11:16 PM

Clayton Stiver's 7-day NH1 Forecast for Friday, Nov. 14, 2014

Source: NH1 Chief Meteorologist -

Low pressure will lift northeastward off the New England coast Friday and move into the Canadian Maritimes. Snow will end early Friday Morning with totals ranging anywhere from 0.5" to isolated spots as high as 3" (the isolated 3" amounts would be mainly in Strafford and interior Rockingham Counties where a narrow band of slightly heavier snow may set up) Accumulations mostly on grassy surfaces. Some secondary roads could be slick first thing in the morning.

Otherwise, high pressure moves in for the weekend but a cold air mass for this time of the year will be locked in place. Another wave of low pressure looks to track up the eastern seaboard Monday bringing more rain and snow to the area. The exact track this storm takes will ultimately determine exactly what, and how much, we see...stay tuned! Behind this system, arctic air filters back into the Granite State but fair skies look to return with high pressure.

Friday: Early morning snow and some drizzle otherwise gradual clearing, a little breezy early in the afternoon, highs 38-42. Friday Night: Clear to partly cloudy, cold, lows 21-25. Saturday: Ample sunshine but cold, highs 33-37. Sunday: Partly sunny, little warmer, highs 38-42. Monday: Cloudy with rain and snow showers, highs 38-42. Tuesday: Sun and clouds, cold, highs 33-37. Wednesday: Mostly sunny but quite cold, highs 29-33. Thursday: Sun and clouds, highs 35-39.


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