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Jan 18, 2015 5:29 PM

Extended NH1 Forecast for Monday, Jan. 19, 2015


Warmer air builds into the Granite State for Sunday while a storm system tracks up the Eastern Seaboard Sunday Afternoon into Monday Morning.

Sunday evening into Monday morning the majority of the event should come in the form of rain. However the Mountains and Great North Woods could see several inches of wet slushy snow accumulation. The storm system exits Monday and does bring the possibility of some early morning snow flurries but not much in accumulation. As the day progresses, skies are slow to clear, but breezes really pick up.

Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for Northern Grafton and Coos Counties from 1pm Sunday to 1pm Monday. Around 0.10" of ice accumulation possible along with wet snow accumulation anywhere from 1 to 6 inches, with elevations above 2500 feet seeing the most snow.

The week ahead is calm with sunny skies expected Tuesday with high pressure returning. A storm system looks to track to our south midweek and at this time it appears we won't see much from it. A fairly seasonable pattern looks to take hold overall as we progress through next week with temperatures returning to more seasonable conditions.

A weak system may track through on Friday but at this time it only looks to spark a flurry or snow shower.

Martin Luther King Jr. Monday: A chance of morning snow showers otherwise mostly cloudy, breezy, highs 35-39. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, breezy, highs 25-29. Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, highs 26-30. Thursday: Mostly sunny, highs 24-28. Friday: Partly sunny, slight chance for a flurry or snow shower, highs 26-30. Saturday: Sun and clouds, highs 22-26.


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