Nov 13, 2014 1:33 PM

Clayton Stiver's NH1 Snow Report: Nov. 14, 2014

Source: NH1 Chief Meteorologist -

Look for rain showers to initially work across the Granite State this evening, gradually mixing with snow. After midnight, the rain and snow mix will become all snow, even at the Seacoast, but temps will stay around 32 if not a few degrees above that. Snow should be light in nature for the most part but could occasionally be moderate.

Accumulations will occur primarily on grassy/elevated surfaces meaning roadways should mostly be wet; however, some secondary roads may become a little slick as we get into the Friday Morning commute. Snow should end pretty quickly for the Friday Morning commute with clearing skies going into our Friday Afternoon.

Accumulations anywhere from as low as a half inch to as high as 3 inches with the best chance for seeing the 3 inch amounts across interior Rockingham County and Strafford County. See my other postings for maps of a Winter Weather Advisory from the National Weather Service and expected snowfall totals across the Granite State.


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