Feb 1, 2015 4:30 PM

Extended NH1 Forecast for Monday, Feb. 2, 2015


The majority of the Granite State is under a Winter Storm WARNING for snow accumulations of six inches or more until Monday evening.

In the pre-dawn hours come Monday, snow will make its way to the Granite State.

This storm is all about timing as it will begin in the early morning hours come Monday and continue to snow right through rush hour. Give yourself plenty of time to travel as wind gusts could be up to 40 miles per hour. Not to mention, with snow the consistency as a light powder, visibility could slow travel conditions.

Snow looks like it begins to taper by the early evening hours and then coming to a stop by early Tuesday morning. Snow totals for this system don't look nearly as high as the blizzard brought early last week, however, with gusty winds and the chance at totals in the double digits do be careful on the roadways.

This will be a light fluffy snow, and an all-day event. Amounts ranging from 12-15" in areas like Nashua, Keene, and out to the seacoast. The city of Manchester and Concord fall into the 10-12" range. Beyond that, areas like Laconia and the Lakes region could see anywhere from 8-10" and up farther to the most northern end of Coos County could see 6-8".

Monday: Cloudy with a chance of snow, cold, highs 11-15. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, continued cold, highs 14-18. Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of snow showers, warmer, highs 27-31. Thursday: Partly sunny with a slight chance of a snow shower, highs 25-29. Friday: Mostly sunny, highs 18-22.


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