Nov 29, 2014 4:36 PM
A warm front settles into the region will track across the region late Saturday Night and pass through Northern New England Sunday Morning. With it, this system could bring in some light snow or a mix of light snow, sleet, and possibly rain. Snow accumulation right now looks to be an inch or less with trace amounts of ice.
For Sunday and Monday, temperatures will be back to seasonable levels. A cold front will track through Monday Morning possibly sparking a shower or two. Cold high pressure will build in Monday Night bringing chilly temperatures come Tuesday.
We're tracking another frontal boundary for Wednesday that could be our next weather maker, bringing some snow, ice, and rain to the Granite State. At this time, this setup appears to be on the minor side, but the forecast is still subject to change. Stay tuned!
Sunday: Early clouds give way to mostly sunny skies in the afternoon, warmer, highs 41-45. Monday: Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of a shower, highs 44-48. Tuesday: Mostly sunny but cold again, highs 25-29. Wednesday: Cloudy with a chance of snow, ice, and rain, highs 36-40. Thursday: Mostly sunny, highs 31-35. Friday: Sun and clouds, highs 32-36.
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