Nov 24, 2014 8:23 PM

Clayton Stiver's 7-day NH1 Forecast for Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014

Source: NH1 Chief Meteorologist -

Winter Storm WARNING remains in effect for the entire Granite State through 7am Thursday. Most of the Granite State should see anywhere from 8"-14" of total snow with slightly less across the Great North Woods, and also less at the Seacoast where more rain and sleet will mix with the snow. Look for 4"-8" for the I-95 corridor to Portsmouth, and 2"-4" for the immediate coast.

Low pressure will continue to move northeast away from New England towards the Canadian Maritimes as we work through Thursday. An upper level disturbance will linger across the region Thanksgiving Thursday keeping a flurry or snow shower around but little or no accumulation of snow expected.

Cold high pressure will build in from the west Friday with southwesterly winds warming temps back to seasonable levels by Sunday. A fairly quiet weather pattern at this point looks to take shape once we get beyond the Nor'Easter for Wednesday.

Thanksgiving: Mostly cloudy/partly sunny with a slight chance for a snow shower or flurry, highs 31-37. Thursday Night: Mostly cloudy, lows 17-21. Friday: Mostly sunny, cold, highs 30-34. Saturday: Sun and clouds, highs 30-34. Sunday: Sun and clouds, warmer, highs 43-47. Monday: Partly sunny, highs 40-44. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, highs 33-37. Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a slight chance for a shower, highs 39-43.


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