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Jan 27, 2016 8:43 PM

NH1 Weather Insider with Jenna Abate: January 28, 2016


The warmer than normal temperatures continue!

Thursday starts with clear skies before some clouds move in during the afternoon. Highs will be back to more seasonal temps in the 30s.

We can expect the one low from the Great Lakes to arrive Thursday night and Friday and could trigger a few scattered snow showers and flurries. Minor accumulations will be possible in the mountains Thursday night. Not so much elsewhere.

Early look at the weekend with increasing clouds can be expected on Saturday as a warm front moves in. Some very light snow or flurries are likely later Saturday into Saturday Night before it dries out and warms up a bit for Sunday.

If you are wondering when the next shot of Arctic air will be? You are going to have to wait until February 5th or 6th before any real cold get back involved with the pattern. That shot of cold should help to re-energize the jetstream and make the weather a bit more interesting for the snow fanatics who are feeling a little down lately from the lack of snow.

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