Mar 19, 2016 8:34 PM
NH1 FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Snow coming to Seacoast, southern NH; will miss North Country
It's enough to drive a meteorologist crazy, but forecast models keep pushing this storm further and further south and east, which is good news for most of us! We've gone from a shot at a significant snowfall two days ago, to some areas getting none as of this moment. The weather is always changing, so we will keep you up to date of any changes. Nothing is set in stone yet!
Right now, expect little to no accumulations in the northern locations like Hanover and Plymouth. From Keene to Concord, expect right around one inch of snow. Nashua and the Seacoast can expect 1-3". Areas further south may see up to 6", with the highest amounts south and west of Boston.
Tonight, clear skies will allow temperatures to fall into the teens for northern and central locations, into the 20's for areas to the south.
We start our Sunday, the first day of spring, with sunny skies but expect the clouds to increase as the day goes on. Temperatures will range from the mid 30's to the low 40's. Overnight, temperatures will fall into the 20's under cloudy skies.
The storm that could have been will brush the coast early on Monday, bringing snow showers that will start during the pre-dawn hours. There is still a chance for a slippery and messy morning commute, especially to the south and east. Snow will end by noon and temperatures will climb into the upper 30's and low 40's. We will clear out overnight and temperatures will fall back into the 20's.
Expect a beautiful start on Tuesday with mostly sunny skies and highs in the 40's. There is a slight chance for evening flurries, but there will be no accumulation.
For the rest of the week, expect mild temperatures in the upper 40's and 50's with partly sunny skies, as well as on-and-off again chances for showers. By the weekend, we are looking at warm and sunny with temperatures in the 50's.