Jan 2, 2015 6:33 PM
Clayton Stiver's Snowfall Forecast for Saturday Night
NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com
Snow will initially overspread much of the Granite State once we get past 5pm Saturday. A south breeze will be ushering in warmer air aloft, and by midnight and certainly past that, we'll see a transition to sleet and freezing rain from south to north. Temps will slowly rise through the 20s and by sunrise Sunday, many should be sitting right around 32.
The worst of the road conditions look to be Saturday Night into first thing Sunday Morning. Roads should be mostly wet by late morning into the afternoon. From Monadnock up through the Central Merrimack Valley and Lakes Region, anywhere from 3"-5" of snow/sleet can be expected. The Upper Valley through the Mountains and Great North Woods may be talking 5"-8" of snow/sleet. The southern Merrimack Valley including Manchester, Nashua, and then points east through Rockingham County may be talking more like 1"-3" of snow/sleet. Finally, the immediate Seacoast may see less than 1"