Jan 17, 2015 10:25 PM
Clayton Stiver's Snowfall Forecast for NH for Sunday into Monday
NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com
With the upcoming storm, I think a good portion of the Granite State will see less than 1" of total snowfall. Northern reaches of Grafton County, the White Mountains, and the Great North Woods may see several inches of wet slushy snow accumulation, especially if your elevation is above 2500 feet. Even here snow could mix with or change over to rain.
The bulk of the moisture with this storm system starts working in after the noon hour Sunday. Several locations could see some light snow, sleet, or freezing drizzle late Sunday Morning into the early afternoon (watch out for a few slippery spots), but this does not look to amount to much. During the afternoon, many see temps climb above freezing with plain old rain. Higher elevations and the northern reaches of the state see snow.
By Sunday Night, I think most of the Granite State is rain and it could be heavy at times. Several locations could see up to 1" of total rainfall. Rain will taper after midnight.
The storm system will move off to our northeast allowing cold air to wrap in behind it. This may allow for a change back to all snow for folks across Northern NH overnight Sunday into first thing Monday Morning. Several inches of snow accumulation will be possible during this period.
Skies will slowly clear with breezy conditions as we go past sunrise Monday.