Dec 31, 2014 1:00 PM

Extended NH1 Forecast for Thursday, Jan. 1, 2015.

A dip in the jet stream will keep temperatures at or below normal for this time of the year. High pressure makes for clear skies for the rest of the week.
A series of weak upper level disturbances will track through the next several days bringing isolated flurries, with little to no accumulation.

Low pressure will track north Saturday night into Sunday. A cold air mass over much of NH will initially be cold enough for the storm to start as snow; however, depending on how fast the secondary low develops and the exact track it takes we could see a mix of sleet and freezing rain. Snow and ice accumulations certainly look possible at this time but it is too early to make any calls on amounts. We will most likely see a change over to rain by the afternoon and evening hours.

New Year's Day: Sun and clouds, isolated flurry possible, little breezy and cold, highs 26-30. Friday: Sun and clouds, isolated flurry possible, highs 30-34. Saturday: Mostly sunny (a chance of snow at night), highs 27-31. Sunday: A chance of snow, mixed with sleet, freezing rain, and rain, highs 33-37. Monday: Mostly sunny, windy and cold, highs 22-26. Tuesday: Sun and clouds, quite cold, highs 15-19.


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