Dec 7, 2014 4:17 PM
Extended NH1 Forecast for Monday, Dec. 8, 2014
High pressure will build in from the west Saturday Night into Sunday bringing with it, clear skies, and cool temperatures. Sunday should remain just above the freezing mark with overnight temperatures dipping into the mid-twenties. This same system will shift east of the area Monday.
Monday during the day will remain cool and clear but with low pressure approaching from the south and west Monday Night and Tuesday could cause for our next weather maker. Much uncertainty remains with the exact track and strength of this system but again, wintry weather will be possible.
Right now the system appears it will bring snow across the state then transition to a heavy rain below the Merrimack Valley. The Southern tier perhaps only seeing and inch or two of snow. The regions to the North and that of higher elevations could be seeing anywhere from 6-12" and are under a Winter Storm Watch.
This system may linger into our Wednesday and Thursday to make for fair skies but below normal temps. bringing a mix of flurries and rain. Stay tuned!
Monday: Sun and clouds, highs 31-35. Tuesday: Cloudy with a chance of snow, sleet, freezing rain, and rain, highs 36-40. Wednesday: Chance of early flurries, highs 31-35. Thursday: Mostly sunny, highs 33-37. Friday: Sun and clouds, highs 35-39.