Mar 17, 2015 10:45 PM

NH1 7-Day Forecast for Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Source: Clayton Stiver

As a cold front makes its way out to sea, gusty northwest winds take hold on the Granite State ushering back in cold temperatures. A few flurries will be possible across the Mountains and Great North Woods Wednesday, but for the most part, a dry air mass should make for mostly sunny skies for many.

High pressure will build across the Granite State for Thursday and Friday making for much lighter winds and sunny skies. Temps will slowly modify back closer to seasonable levels as we start the weekend.

Late Friday Night into Saturday a fast moving and somewhat disorganized coastal storm looks to track well to our south and east but it still may be close enough to bring some snow showers to southern parts of NH. A cold front tracking through during the afternoon may also spark some rain and snow showers. At this time, these two systems don't look to be too big of a deal for us, but since this is still several days away, things could change so stay tuned.

A reinforcing shot of cold air comes back to the Granite State for the end of the weekend into the start of next week as high pressure slowly settles in to make for fair skies.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny but windy and cold, highs 22-27. Wind chill values around 0 in the morning. Wednesday Night: Mostly clear, breezy and cold, lows 7-13. Wind chill values 0 to -10. Thursday: Mostly sunny, breezy and cold, highs 27-31. Friday: Sun and clouds, a slight chance for snow showers at night, highs 35-39. Saturday: Partly sunny with a slight chance of rain and snow showers, highs 39-43. Sunday: Sun and clouds, highs 27-31. Monday: Mostly sunny, highs 32-36. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, highs 36-40.


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