Jan 16, 2015 8:13 PM
Clayton Stiver's 7-day NH1 Forecast for Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015
Source: NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com
Arctic high pressure is in control for Saturday leading to a decent amount of sunshine but cold temperatures. Winds should lighten up at least.
Warmer air builds into the Granite State for Sunday while a storm system is expected to track up the Eastern Seaboard Sunday Afternoon into Monday Morning. There remains a little uncertainty in the track this storm will take but the latest trends with computer models suggest it will be mostly a rain event for NH. Some snow may mix with the rain but any accumulations look to be primarily across the Mountains. A slight shift in the storm track could make for big differences in what folks see. Stay tuned.
Skies clear up Tuesday with high pressure returning. A storm system looks to track to our south midweek and at this time it appears we won't see much from it. A fairly seasonable pattern looks to take hold overall as we progress through next week.
Saturday: Mostly sunny but cold, early morning temps either side of 0 with wind chill values as low as -15, afternoon highs 13-17, lighter winds. Saturday Night: Mostly clear, not as cold, lows early on in the lower teens, rising to near 20 by sunrise. Sunday: Cloudy with a chance of rain mainly after 3pm, highs 36-40. Sunday Night: Cloudy with a chance of rain and snow, lows 32-36. Martin Luther King Jr. Day: A chance of morning snow showers otherwise mostly cloudy, breezy, highs 32-36. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, breezy, highs 28-32. Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, highs 25-29. Thursday: Mostly sunny, highs 26-30. Friday: Sun and clouds, highs 27-31.