Jan 3, 2015 2:22 PM
After sunrise Sunday, warmer air continues to push through the area. In the early morning, there will be a transition from accumulating snow and sleet to plain old rain as temps climb through the 30s and beyond. The Mountains and North Country may hang on to sub-freezing temps a little longer and hence a longer duration of sleet and/or freezing rain. By Sunday afternoon, many spots in NH look to see temps well in the 40s.
Cold high pressure moves in for early next week. A weak area of low pressure/clipper system may track through late Tuesday possibly bringing some snow showers or a period of light snow.
Cold arctic high pressure settles back in for the latter half of next week.
Sunday: Early freezing rain otherwise rain, mainly before 1pm, cloudy, highs 40-44. Monday: Mostly sunny, highs 27-31. Tuesday: Partly sunny, chance of snow showers late in the day, cold, highs 19-23. Wednesday: Sun and clouds, isolated flurry or snow shower, cold, highs 19-23. Thursday: Mostly sunny but quite cold, highs 12-16. Friday: Partly sunny with an isolated flurry or snow shower possible, quite cold, highs 16-20.
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