Mar 12, 2015 6:34 PM
NH1 7-Day Forecast for Friday, March 13, 2015
Source: Clayton Stiver
High pressure will move across the Granite State the next 24 hours to make for calmer winds and fair skies.
We continue to track a storm system for the weekend that brings the potential for heavy wet snow accumulation across portions of NH. Low pressure will approach from our south and slowly make its way off the New England Coast by Sunday. The Mountains and Great North Woods stand the best chance right now to see the most snow, say 6" or greater. Warmer air building in could make for a mix with or changeover to rain for the Lakes Region and points south which would make for lower amounts here, say 1"-4". A little ice is also possible but I think 0.10" or less of ice accumulation can be expected at this time. The exact track the storm takes will ultimately determine where the rain/snow line sets up. Stay tuned.
High pressure settles back in for the start of next week with more seasonable temps returning. A cold front tracking through Monday Night into early Tuesday could spark some rain showers. Colder temps will return for the middle of the week with fair skies.
Friday: Sun and clouds, lighter breezes, chilly, highs 34-38. Friday Night: Increasing clouds, not as cold, lows 23-27. Saturday: Snow starting in the late morning, possibly mixed with sleet, then mixing with and possibly changing over to rain from the Lakes south during the PM, highs 33-37. Saturday Night: Snow north of the Lakes, rain and snow elsewhere, becoming all snow late, lows 27-32. Sunday: Cloudy with snow likely, highs 31-35. Monday: Mostly sunny, highs 39-43. Tuesday: An early shower otherwise sun and clouds, highs 35-39. Wednesday: Sun and clouds, highs 32-36. Thursday: Mostly sunny, highs 36-40.