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Nov 6, 2014 11:14 PM

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

NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com

Winter Storm Warning for Northern Coos County in effect until 4pm Friday: Look for rain mixing with and changing over to snow by sunrise Friday for Northern Coos County and elevations above 3500 feet (White Mountains). In these locations, snow will taper to flurries/snow showers late Friday Afternoon with breezy conditions. 4"-8" of wet snowfall will be possible. Some power outages possible.

Low pressure continues to track east across the region and will redevelop off the Maine Coast on Friday before moving into the Maritimes Friday Night. Colder high pressure will build in from the west Saturday. A fast moving area of low pressure will approach the area from the west late Saturday into early Sunday. This system may spark a flurry or shower but does not look to be a big deal. High pressure and warmer temps will return for the beginning of next week followed by a cold front moving through Wednesday which looks to bring a decent shot of cold air.

Friday: Cloudy to start with an isolated shower otherwise becoming partly sunny during the afternoon, breezy with wind gusts up to 30mph possible, highs 43-47. Friday Night: Becoming clear, winds gradually subside, lows 26-30. Saturday: Mostly sunny but a little chilly, highs 40-44. Sunday: An early isolated shower otherwise sun and clouds, highs 45-49. Monday: Mostly sunny, highs 47-51. Veterans Day: Sun and clouds, pleasant, highs 51-55. Wednesday: Cloudy with a chance of showers, cooler, highs 42-46. Thursday: Sun and clouds, cold, highs 37-41.


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