Mar 14, 2016 7:11 AM
NH1 Weather Insider with Cyrena Arnold for March 14, 2016
We are going to leave the spring-like temperatures behind just for a little while as we see a chance for snow tomorrow in northern and western locations.
Monday morning expect increasing clouds as temperatures climb out of the upper 20's and lower 30's. By the afternoon, mixed precipitation of snow, sleet, and rain will enter the southwestern locations first, then track northeast as the afternoon and evening progresses. Temperatures will be above freezing in the 40's, so accumulations will be limited due to melting, but be careful for slick spots in valleys or parts of the road that are shaded and haven't been able to benefit from all the sunshine this weekend. It looks like this mixed precipitation will arrive just in time for the evening commute for western and central locations.
Monday evening mixed precipitation will change over to rain first in the southern locations, then slowly progress north through the evening. Rain will continue overnight into Tuesday with highs in the mid to upper 40's.
The rain will come to an end on Tuesday evening and we will see temperatures rebound into the mid to upper 50's by Wednesday. Expect partly sunny skies with a slight chance of an afternoon shower.
By Saint Patricks' Day, expect partly sunny skies with temperatures again in the mid to upper 50's. Temperatures will stay in the 50's throughout the week until Sunday, the first day of spring!