Feb 19, 2016 7:39 PM
NH1 Weather Insider with meteorologist Bill Gile for February 20, 2016
A warm front is approaching from the west, but it won't move through until midday Saturday. In the meantime, periods of light snow will fall into Saturday morning that will be changing to rain showers in southern areas by daybreak. Snowfall amounts will generally be a dusting to near an inch in central and southern NH, but to the north you can expect 1-2" and 2-4" in the mountains. Any areas of snow and rain will be drying up during the morning and by afternoon southern NH will see breaks of sunshine developing while temperatures begin to warm. In fact, the southernmost part of the state could see readings climbing into the low 50s! To the north, though, more clouds will prevail with a threat of a rain shower and readings in the mid and upper 40s.
Tonight will become partly cloudy and not as cold as it has been with lows mostly in the 30s, Sunday will feature a mix of sun and clouds with highs still holding well into the 40s. A cold front drop down Sunday night to cool us back to normal for early next week with dry conditions. However, by Wednesday a coastal storm will be developing and at this point in time it looks to bring snow to region that could accumulate several inches, but the snow may mix with or change to rain in southern NH. Obviously, as we get closer to it we'll be able to provide better details as we'll be able to pin down a more likely storm track.
Have a great weekend!