Jan 10, 2016 9:57 PM
NH1 Weather Insider with meteorologist Bill Gile for January 11, 2016
In the wake of yesterday's mild rain storm, gusty winds and cold temperatures return today. NH will see the most amount of sun in southern areas while to the north there'll be more clouds and a band of snow showers that will come in from Lake Ontario. That snow shower band in the afternoon looks to have an impact from the Lebanon area to Plymouth and Laconia to Ossipee and Wolfeboro. As a result of these snow showers we could see an accumulation of general dusting to just under an inch in a few spots.
Other than that the main story will be the wind today. Winds will be rather blustery from the west at 12-25mph and gusting to 35mph at times. Combine those wind speeds with air temperatures that will be holding in the upper 20s and lows 30s and it creates a wind chill that makes the air feel like its in the teens.
Look for clearing skies tonight with lows in the single digits and teens and then Tuesday will bring another weak, but fast moving Alberta Clipper type storm our way. Clouds will be on the increase in the morning and light snow will develop for the afternoon and continue into the evening. However, Rockingham county could see either a mix with or change to rain. The areas that remain all snow could pick up an inch or two by the time it ends early Wednesday morning.
More cold air remains for the rest of the week with a fair amount of sunshine. Then during the weekend we'll be watching a potential storm develop down the coast which may impact our area with snow on Sunday. That's quite a ways away right now so keeping checking back for updates on it.
Have a great week!