Oct 24, 2016 1:24 PM
More chances for snow in the North Country this week
The first snow of the season fell in the North Country over the weekend, and more may be coming this week.
A few inches fell at Cannon Mountain, and up to six inches were reported in Pittsburg, in the far northern part of the state.
Above: The scene at Cannon Mountain on Sunday.
Behind the weekend storm, a gusty northwest wind continues to transport cold air into the Granite State. This northwest flow will cause upslope snow in the White Mountains Tuesday into Tuesday night.
While the bases should see only a light accumulation, the highest elevations could see several inches, especially above 2,500 feet.
Wednesday will be a fairly pleasant, but cool day, ahead of the next system which will arrive during the day on Thursday.
Rain will likely overspread southern and central New Hampshire Thursday afternoon.
However, enough cold air may linger in the high elevations and North Country for a wintry mix Thursday evening. Models are in fairly good agreement that wet snow may accumulate, especially from the White Mountains points north.
Who sees exactly what type of precipitation will depend on the storm's track, but right now it does appear there may be a period of some wintry weather crossing through the state later Thursday into Thursday night.