Apr 3, 2016 8:36 AM
NH1 FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Sunday snow all but over but high wind advisory remains in effect
Most of the snow has fallen but a high wind advisory will be in effect from 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Winds will continue to ramp up during the morning, with gusts reaching 40-50 mph in the late morning. Combined with snowfall, you may experience near whiteout conditions at times when driving! The snow will come to an abrupt end after 9am with clearing for the afternoon, but the winds will continue to howl and with temperatures in the lower 30s it will feel like its only in the teens and low 20s.
The winds will gradually relax overnight as skies remain partly cloudy. HOWEVER, watch out for round #2 of snow starting Monday morning, continuing throughout the day and winding down to snow showers for the late afternoon and evening. This one will be a longer duration event, on the order of about 12 hours, but it will be a light snowfall without any strong winds to deal with.
While there will be additional snow accumulations of an inch or two, this time it should only be on the grassy surfaces as the roads will melt the light snowfall on impact with help from the daytime solar radiation as highs climb just above freezing in the south. Northern NH will be colder with highs only in the 20s.