Jan 20, 2015 8:28 PM

Clayton Stiver's 7-day NH1 Forecast for Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015

Source: NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com

The weather pattern for the Granite State looks to remain pretty quiet the next several days. The jet stream will be south of us, but not too far south, and hence no real shots of arctic air are anticipated. In stead, temperatures look to be close to seasonal averages.

A weak storm system tracking well to our south Wednesday Night into Thursday may bring a few flurries to far southern reaches of NH, but no snow accumulation is expected at this time. Fair skies are anticipated Friday with high pressure in control.

Saturday is starting to look a little more interesting. Computer models as of late are showing a coastal storm/Nor'Easter, but at this time the track appears to be too far south and east to have any big impact on NH. The Seacoast could get grazed with a little snow, but uncertainty remains with the track this storm system will take. Stay tuned.

A small shot of arctic air could make its way back to the Granite State for the beginning of next week as high pressure leads to fair skies.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny, highs 26-30. Wednesday Night: An isolated flurry possible otherwise mostly cloudy, lows 15-19. Thursday: Mostly cloudy in the morning with an isolated flurry possible, clearing in the afternoon, highs 28-32. Friday: Mostly sunny, highs 26-30. Saturday: Partly sunny with a slight chance of snow mainly for the Seacoast, highs 31-35. Sunday: Mostly sunny, breezy, highs 25-29. Monday: Mostly sunny, highs 22-26. Tuesday: Sun and clouds, slight chance of a flurry or snow shower, breezy, highs 25-29.


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