Mar 9, 2015 6:05 PM
NH1 7-Day Forecast for Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Source: Clayton Stiver
We track a series of weak frontal boundaries that will move across the area over the next couple days. These systems are not expected to bring much in the way of any precipitation although it's not out of the question some showers could make their way into southern parts of NH late Tuesday Night, and a few sprinkles or snow showers could be seen across the Mountains and Great North Woods on Wednesday.
A somewhat mild air mass will remain in place through Wednesday, then colder air returns for Thursday and Friday as high pressure settles in leading to sunny skies.
Our next real weather maker looks to come on Saturday and Sunday. A storm system will approach from the south and will slowly make its way off the New England coast by Sunday Night. A wet accumulating snowfall looks possible but a mix or change to rain may also occur across southern NH and the Seacoast. The track of the storm is key and much uncertainty remains.
Tuesday: Mix of sun and clouds, highs 45-49. Tuesday Night: Increasing clouds with a slight chance for showers late, lows 29-33. Wednesday: Sun and clouds, little breezy, highs 44-48. Thursday: Sunny skies, cooler, highs 35-39. Friday: Mostly sunny, highs 36-40. Saturday: Cloudy with a chance of snow possibly mixing with or changing to rain, highs 32-36. Sunday: Cloudy with a chance of snow, highs 33-37. Monday: Sun and clouds, highs 36-40.