Nov 12, 2014 8:16 PM
Clayton Stiver's 7-day NH1 Forecast for Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014
Source: NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com
A cold front exits to our east as cooler high pressure builds in briefly for Thursday. A weak wave of low pressure will pass to our south late Thursday into early Friday as a weak cold front also approaches from the northwest.
The combination of these two features will help to spark a few rain to snow showers late Thursday into Friday Morning but only a light coating of snow at most (on grassy and elevated surfaces) is expected at this time with perhaps an inch or so across the White Mountains. The coldest air mass of the season thus far will move into the area for the weekend. High pressure will be in control making for fair skies.
On Monday, a wave of low pressure will track up the eastern seaboard and this may bring rain and snow to the area. There remain some uncertainties with the exact track this system will take which will play an important role in where the rain/snow line sets up across the Granite State. Any snowfall that would occur looks to be light to moderate at this time with the Mountains and Great North Woods having the best chance at seeing any accumulation at this time. More cold air will be ushered in behind this system next week.
Thursday: Mostly sunny to start, increasing clouds during the afternoon, highs 43-47. Thursday Night: Cloudy with a chance of rain and snow showers, mostly just snow showers after 1am with the exception of the Seacoast, lows 30-34. Friday: An early morning snow shower otherwise cloudy to start, becoming mostly sunny by the afternoon, highs 38-42. Saturday: Mostly sunny but cold, highs 33-37. Sunday: Partly sunny, slight chance for a flurry or snow shower across the Upper Valley, Mountains, North Woods, highs 37-41. Monday: Cloudy with a chance of rain and snow, highs 38-42. Tuesday: Sun and clouds, chilly, highs 34-38. Wednesday: Mostly sunny but cold, highs 32-36.