Oct 22, 2016 10:14 PM
NH1 First Alert Weather Sunday October 23
Low pressure in eastern Canada will create blustery winds for the next couple of days while drawing down cold air. As the cold air works in there has been some wet snow developing in elevations mainly over 1500 feet even in southwest NH, but the mountains including Mt. Washington could see several inches developing by Sunday morning. Otherwise, morning clouds will be giving way to some sunshine.
During the day on Sunday, drier weather will move in and sunshine will develop from south to north. However, west-northwesterly wind gusts to 40 mph may cause scattered power outages. It'll be a cooler day; high temperatures will range from the 40s in northern New Hampshire to low and mid 50s in southern areas.
A cool pattern will continue into next week, with high temperatures only in the 40s during the middle part of the week.