Mar 29, 2015 5:44 PM

NH1 7-Day Forecast for Monday, March 30, 2015


We will be in a somewhat active weather pattern this week, but no major storms will be forming around us. More or less it will just be the passage of frontal boundaries.

A cold front will track through NH Monday bringing snow and rain showers. Any snow showers will only accumulate an inch or so in the Mountains. It will be dry, but cool Tuesday and then another system will pass by to the south of New England Tuesday Night and Wednesday that will essentially only bring some clouds our way along with colder temperatures for Wednesday. After that, the balance of the week favors a warming trend while yet another system approaches for Thursday night and Friday as a warm front moves through. That front will be attached to an area of Low pressure that will stay to our northwest, but it will push rain showers our way. Once that system leaves its back to chilly readings again for the Easter weekend.

Monday: Cloudy with scattered rain and snow showers, highs 41-45. Monday Night: gradual clearing, lows 27-33. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, highs 42-46. Wednesday: morning flurry then some sun, highs 38-42. Thursday: Sun and clouds with a late day shower, highs 47-50. Friday: Mainly cloudy with a threat of shower, highs 52-56. Saturday: partly sunny, highs 44-48. Sunday: mostly cloudy, highs 40-44.


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