Now that the large snow maker has moved off the coast, we are entering a calmer pattern with average temperatures and some chances of light precipitation throughout the week. We are keeping our eyes on another potential storm entering the area at the end of the week.
Monday we will start out seeing temperatures in the teens under clearing skies. Temperatures will warm into the mid 30's by afternoon under sunny skies. By evening, the clouds will be rolling in again and temperatures will fall to 20 degrees.
On Tuesday, southwesterly flow brings warmer air to the region, raising temperatures into the mid-40's for most of the state. With that warmer weather comes the clouds, so expect mostly cloudy skies throughout the day. By Tuesday evening, we could see some scattered light rain or snow flurries to enter the area and continue overnight, temperatures falling into the low 30's.
A chance of very light flurries continues into Wednesday, temperatures will climb to near 40 by afternoon under partly cloudy skies, and drop to a low of 18 overnight. Thursday will be similar with high temperatures slightly cooler, high in the low to mid 30's, falling to the low 20's and teens overnight.
On Friday, a potential snow maker enters the area that we will be keeping a close eye on. Stay tuned to NH1 News for the latest as we track it's progress throughout the week.