Mar 16, 2015 8:48 PM

NH1 7-Day Forecast for Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Source: Clayton Stiver

We track a cold front with a wave of low pressure moving across the Granite State on our Tuesday. This system will bring some rain and/or snow showers to many, mainly Tuesday Morning, although not much in the way of any snow accumulation is expected. The White Mountains and Great North Woods may pick up 1"-2".

While temperatures will remain comfortably seasonable ahead of the cold front during the daytime Tuesday, gusty northwest winds behind the front will usher in unseasonably cold air Tuesday Night. These breezy conditions and cold temps will last through the middle of the week. The weather will be quiet for much of the rest of the week however as high pressure takes control.

We will keep a close eye on a storm system tracking northeast from the Mid-Atlantic Coast Friday Night into Saturday. At this time the storm system appears to stay far enough south and east of us that we don't see much, however, if the storm were to track closer to the Northeast Coast, several inches of snow would not be out of the question. Stay tuned.

St. Patrick's Day: Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and/or snow showers, breezy after 4pm, highs 41-47. Tuesday Night: Gradual clearing, windy and turning much colder, lows 11-15. Wind chill values a few degrees below 0. Wednesday: Mostly sunny, windy and cold, highs 24-28. Early wind chill values a few degrees below 0. Thursday: Mostly sunny, breezy and cold, highs 26-30. Friday: Sun and clouds, a slight chance for snow showers at night, highs 36-40. Saturday: Some early snow showers otherwise a mix of sun and clouds, highs 37-41. Sunday: Sun and clouds, breezy, highs 30-34. Monday: Mostly sunny, highs 34-38.


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