Dec 22, 2014 12:37 PM

Extended NH1 Forecast for Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014

Early morning Tuesday morning begins with a chance of sleet and freezing rain, maybe even a chance at seeing some snowflakes in the higher elevations. There will also be fog in the morning commute hours so give yourself some extra time on your way to the office. Mid-morning conditions will change over to mostly rain when a warming trend tracks through the area. Milder air sets the stage for our next storm system making its way to the Granite State.

A stronger area of low pressure looks to develop and strengthen to our west for Christmas Eve. This setup with milder temperatures will usher in very heavy rain and strong winds, with gusts up to forty miles per hour. These conditions could linger into Christmas Day Morning. By the afternoon, dry air move through making for mostly cloudy skies and a passing shower.

Tuesday: Cloudy with a chance of light snow, changing to light sleet and light freezing rain, then light rain, highs 40-37. Christmas Eve: Cloudy with heavy rain, gusty winds, highs 53-51. Christmas Day: morning showers, cloudy throughout the day, highs 57-55. Friday: Clear skies, highs 45-40. Saturday: A passing rain shower in the morning hours, highs 44-40. Sunday: Clear skies and temperatures cool, highs 36-32.


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