Mar 15, 2015 7:26 PM
NH1 7-Day forecast for Monday, March 16, 2015
High pressure briefly builds across the region Monday to give us a good deal of sunshine. However, a fast moving cold front will be sending increasing high level clouds our way late that will present us with some scattered snow showers for the north country and rain showers to the south early Tuesday morning. Clouds will give way to sunshine for midday Tuesday as the front passes offshore, but much colder air will be drawn in later in the day.
It will be unseasonably cold for Wednesday despite a good deal of sunshine with highs stuck in the 20s. The rest of the week looks to remain dry with temperatures recovering to near normal levels.
Looking ahead to next weekend, there will be the threat of another storm system that would likely give us additional snow, but that's quite a ways out in time right now and much can change between now and then.
Monday: Mostly sunny, highs 38-43. Tuesday: early morning rain/snow shower then clearing, highs 35-40. Wednesday: Mostly sunny, cold, highs 26-30. Thursday: Sun and clouds, highs 34-38. Friday: sun/PM clouds, highs 40-45. Saturday: cloudy, threat of snow showers, highs 36-40. Sunday: partly sunny, highs 34-38.