Jan 7, 2015 8:41 PM
Clayton Stiver's 7-day NH1 Forecast for Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015
Source: NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com
An arctic cold front tracks off to our east as the coldest air mass of the winter season so far settles in. Breezy conditions and very low temperatures will make for dangerous wind chill values Thursday Morning, anywhere from -20 to -40, the coldest values being across the Mountains and Great North Woods.
High pressure crests across the region Thursday. Low pressure will move east across Southern Quebec late Thursday into Friday dragging another cold front across the region. This system may bring a period of light snow for the Friday Morning commute with some locations possibly receiving an inch or two of snow.
High pressure settles in for the weekend into the start of next week making for quiet weather. An ever so slight warming trend will start to develop as the jet stream moves back to the north, closer to NH. We will have to keep our eye on some systems gathering to our south which may try to spread some moisture into at least southern parts of the Granite State.
Thursday: Mostly sunny but very cold and breezy, highs 10-16, wind chills -15 to -30 first thing in the morning, between 0 and -9 in the afternoon. Thursday Night: Increasing clouds with a chance of snow after 4am, lows 8-12. Friday: Snow showers likely in the morning, becoming mostly sunny in the afternoon, highs 25-29. Saturday: Mostly sunny, highs 18-22. Sunday: Sun and clouds, highs 25-29. Monday: Sun and clouds, more seasonable, highs 29-33. Tuesday: Sun and clouds, highs 24-28. Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of snow showers, highs 30-34.