Feb 10, 2015 8:02 PM

Clayton Stiver's 7-Day NH1 Forecast for Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015

Source: Clayton Stiver

High pressure moves by to our north for Wednesday. This will lead to mostly sunny skies, but a northeast wind will make for chilly temps, highs struggling to even get to 20.

We'll track a fast moving storm system diving out of Canada and moving across NH Thursday. This system, called a "clipper" system, will bring a round of light snowfall to the region mainly late Thursday into early Friday. The storm system will move offshore and intensify rapidly, but at that point it is expected to be too far out to sea to make for a big snow storm. At this time I think much of NH is talking 1"-2" of total snowfall.

High pressure moves back in for Friday leading to sunshine. A decent dip in the jet stream will allow arctic air to move back across NH. Cold temperatures are expected from Friday through the beginning of next week. Another "clipper" system looks to track through late Saturday into early Sunday and again, only a light snowfall looks possible at this time. High pressure will once again settle back in for the start of next week leading to quiet weather.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny but chilly, highs 16-21. Wednesday Night: Mostly clear to partly cloudy, lows 1-5. Thursday: Increasing clouds with a chance of light snow in the afternoon, highs 21-25. Thursday Night: Cloudy with light snow likely, lows 9-13. Friday: Clearing skies, breezy and chilly, highs 15-19. Valentine's Day: Sun and clouds, little breezy, cold, highs 10-14. Sunday: Sun and clouds, breezy and cold, highs 7-11. Monday: Mostly sunny and continued cold, highs 13-17. Tuesday: Increasing clouds, warmer, highs 21-25.


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