It's never too late - NH could see up to 6 inches of snow into Thursday
We could be seeing a bit of snow Wednesday night into Thursday!
Most of the precipitation should initially be in the form of snow during the evening-overnight hours. We will have to watch for some sneaky warm air aloft which could melt snow flakes to rain.
Those rain drops will re-freeze before reaching the ground as it runs into the colder air forming sleet. If sleet mixes in, that would keep accumulations next to nothing, but it is a very close call - and a degree or two could mean the difference.
For most across New Hampshire, it should be mainly snow and there is the possibility for 2 to 4-plus inches, up to 6 in some areas.
The snow will be ending early Thursday morning, but there will concerns for a slippery snow covered Thursday morning commute for some. Nothing is nailed down yet, as we will have more certainty as we get closer to the event.
While most of the snow will be over Thursday, the clouds will remain locked in and saturated.
Limiting factors for snow accumulation are temperatures near 32, sleet mixing in, the time of year, and a little lift in atmosphere.