Mar 27, 2015 10:07 PM

NH1 7-Day Forecast for Saturday, March 28, 2015

Source: Clayton Stiver

A weak upper level disturbance combined with a storm system well offshore Saturday may be able to spark some snow showers and even a period of light snow. Snowfall will be on the wet side and will have a tough time accumulating given the higher sun angle this time of the year. Still be mindful of some slippery roads, certainly secondary roads. Accumulations could be on the order of 1"-2" with the best chance for this coming across the Merrimack Valley, Monadnock Region, and Seacoast. Any accumulation should be primarily on grassy and elevated surfaces.

High pressure settles in for Sunday leading to wall-to-wall sunshine. Temps will start quite cold Sunday Morning.

A cold front tracking through Monday may bring some rain and snow showers but only a minor accumulation across the Mountains is expected at this time. A weak cold front looks to move through Tuesday Night but it only looks to bring us some clouds at this point. A stronger more organized storm system moves in Thursday Night into Friday to bring a chance for rain.

A decent southerly flow develops by the end of the week to bring mild temps our way.

Saturday: Cloudy with a chance of light snow or snow showers, highs 31-35. Saturday Night: Gradual clearing, cold, lows 14-18. Sunday: Ample sunshine, chilly, highs 38-42. Monday: Cloudy with a chance of rain and snow showers, highs 42-46. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, highs 45-49. Wednesday: Mostly sunny, highs 42-46. Thursday: Sun and clouds with a chance of late day showers, highs 45-49. Friday: Cloudy with a chance of rain, highs 49-53.


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