Feb 6, 2015 2:26 PM

More snow: NH expected to see long-duration snow throughout weekend


You guessed it, we're talking about more snow! An active weather pattern continues to unfold across the Granite State as we go into the weekend. A frontal boundary stalls to our south as several weak disturbances bring periods of light snow throughout the weekend.

This next long-duration snow event is expected to start Saturday afternoon and continue into Monday night or early Tuesday. The snow is expected to be light for the most part due to cold temperatures but it will add up over time.

Saturday the snow trickles in the afternoon hours and lasts throughout the evening. Most areas can expect to see a general snowfall between a coating and two inches.
Scattered snow showers, continue into Sunday.

A substantial snow is expected but not all at once is anticipated, however, several inches of snow could add up over time. Sundays looks to see higher accumulation of maybe three to five inches.

Roads could be covered at times making for slick conditions on secondary roads throughout the weekend travel.

A slightly stronger storm system may track by to our south Monday into Tuesday continuing the chance for snow. Again, the snow may not be that heavy, but it will add up over time.


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