Jan 20, 2016 3:17 PM

NH1 FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Huge storm looking more and more like it's going to miss NH

NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com

The trends in our computer models continue to keep the weekend storm riding well south of New Hampshire.
It looks like this storm is going to entirely miss the state and all of Northern New England. Those of you who are longing for a good storm will be left watching the radar as the heaviest snow will be falling in the Mid-Atlantic states, and parts of southern New England.
High pressure to the North and West of the storm, will provide just enough low level cold dry air to help to keep this storm just out of range.
There is the potential for maybe a little light snow in Southern New Hampshire if the track jogs a bit farther north.
Below is one of our GFS computer model runs which goes from Saturday to Sunday morning. Notice the sharp cutoff of snowfall...and the dry weather holding strong across Northern New England.

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