Mar 25, 2015 10:57 PM

NH1 7-Day Forecast for Thursday, March 26, 2015

Source: Clayton Stiver

A strong southerly flow on Thursday will usher in mild air across NH, highs getting up in the 50s. At the same time a cold front will approach with a wave of low pressure moving along it bringing rain as we get into the afternoon and nighttime hours.

At this time the rain does not look to be heavy enough to present a widespread significant flooding threat, but some decent downpours are still possible. Slow river rises will be possible and isolated minor flooding can't be completely ruled out. If you live along a creek, stream, river, flood prone area etc. just keep an eye out. Rainfall totals generally on the order of 0.50" to 1.00".

As colder air builds in behind the cold front Thursday Night into early Friday, rain will change to snow for the Mountains and Great North Woods and 1"-3" of snowfall will be possible here. Elsewhere, clouds and some rain and snow showers may linger for at least the first part of the day Friday with little or no snow accumulation expected.

Temps will run a little chilly for this time of the year for the weekend but high pressure will bring fair skies. A weak disturbance passing through Monday could bring some rain and snow showers but this does not look to amount to much.

Thursday: Morning fog otherwise cloudy to start with rain likely after 1pm, mild, highs 49-54. Thursday Night: Rain likely mainly before 1am, changing to snow across northern NH, cloudy, lows 32-36. Friday: A chance of rain and snow showers otherwise cloudy, highs 43-47. Saturday: Mostly cloudy, highs 34-38. Sunday: Sunny, highs 39-43. Monday: Cloudy with a chance of rain and snow showers, highs 42-46. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, highs 40-44. Wednesday: Mostly sunny, highs 44-48.


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