Mar 2, 2015 6:34 PM

NH1 7-Day Forecast for Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Source: Clayton Stiver

Winter Weather Advisory in effect from the National Weather Service for all of NH until 7am Wednesday.

High pressure will move across the Granite State Tuesday and move offshore by Tuesday Afternoon. Fair skies during the daytime will give way to a warm front pushing through at night. This will spread snow across the region.

With the warmer air building in Tuesday Night from the warm front, snow will chane over to sleet and perhaps freezing drizzle or plain rain/drizzle late. A few inches of snow/sleet accumulation is likely with less than 0.10" of ice accumulation expected. 0.10" or less of rainfall expected. Roadways will be slick Tuesday Night into first thing Wednesday Morning.

Drier air clear skies out during the day Wednesday. Milder air pushes in for Wednesday before a cold front tracks through late dropping temps for Thursday and Friday. The frontal passage may spark some snow showers Wednesday Night into Thursday Morning. Uncertainty remains on accumulation with this although it appears likely it won't be significant.

High pressure settles in for the end of the week into the weekend leading to generally quiet weather. A few weak upper levels systems tracking through during the weekend may spark some flurries.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny to start, mostly cloudy in the afternoon, highs 23-27. Tuesday Night: Snow likely, mixing with and changing to sleet late mainly southern NH, then possibly freezing drizzle or rain and drizzle, temps rising into the low 30s. Wednesday: Early morning showers otherwise gradual clearing, much warmer, highs 38-42. Thursday: Morning snow showers possible otherwise partly sunny, colder, highs 24-28. Friday: Mostly sunny, highs 23-27. Saturday: Sun and clouds, highs 32-36. Sunday: Fair skies, highs 35-39. Monday: Partly sunny, highs 33-37.


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