Mar 2, 2015 6:14 PM
More snow predicted for NH Tuesday Night
NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com
Winter Weather ADVISORY in effect from the National Weather Service for the entire Granite State from 4pm Tuesday until 7am Wednesday.
Tracking another round of snow for the Granite State for Tuesday Night and early Wednesday.
A warm front tracking through will allow snow to overspread much of NH mainly after 6pm. Snow will generally be on the light side although for brief periods of time it's not out of the question the snow becomes moderate to heavy.
The warm front brings with it warmer air, so while temps for the start of the storm Tue. Evening will be in the 20s, the numbers will rise into the 30s working through the overnight, and likely many across southern NH will see temps above freezing by sunrise Wednesday. Because of this warming, look for snow to change over to sleet and possibly freezing drizzle after midnight mainly the Merrimack Valley and points south, then perhaps all rain or drizzle before ending by 5am Wednesday.
Snow/Sleet totals look to be on the order of 1"-3" for the Lakes Region and points south. North of the Lakes Region amounts look to be on the order of 3"-6" with the highest totals coming across the White Mountains. Ice accumulation looks to be less than 0.10" and rainfall totals should be 0.10" or less.
Slick roadways will certainly be possible Tuesday Night into first thing Wednesday Morning.