Jan 14, 2015 8:45 PM
Clayton Stiver's 7-day NH1 Forecast for Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015
Source: NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com
High pressure crests over New Hampshire as we work through Thursday. At the same time, a weak area of low pressure well offshore may provide enough moisture for some flurries or snow showers, mainly at the Seacoast. Only a dusting at most for accumulation is expected however.
A cold front will track through Friday but not much in the way of any moisture will be associated with the front. High pressure will crest across the region early Saturday before moving offshore.
A warm front will lift north through the region Saturday Afternoon into Saturday Night but this should just increase the clouds. A cold front looks to track in on Sunday with a somewhat mild air mass out ahead of it.
A wave of low pressure looks to track up the east coast Sunday Night into Monday. The latest trends with the computer models have brought this system closer to the coast which could make for a wide array of snow, ice, and rain across NH. The exact track this storm takes is very important as to what we'll see and much uncertainty remains. Stay tuned.
Thursday: Partly sunny to mostly cloudy, a few flurries or snow showers possible, mainly for Rockingham and Strafford Counties, highs 25-29. Thursday Night: Mostly cloudy, lows 10-16. Friday: Partly sunny with a slight chance of a flurry or snow shower mainly across the Mountains and North Country, breezy, highs 25-29. Saturday: Mostly sunny and colder, sunrise temps below 0, highs 15-19. Sunday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and snow mainly at night, highs 35-39. Martin Luther King Jr. Day: A chance of snow in the morning, mostly cloudy, breezy, highs 32-36. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, highs 22-26. Wednesday: Partly sunny with a chance of a snow shower, highs 25-29.