Mudable snow possible in parts of New Hampshire on Wednesday

Mudable snow possible in parts of New Hampshire on Wednesday

Mudable snow possible in parts of New Hampshire on Wednesday

3 to 6 inches of buildup possible for some areas



brisk northwesterly winds today, continuing to feed on cooler air from Canada, there will be *** plenty of areas not out of the thirties today and rising just above above 40 in parts of the south, flurries and flurries in the north. Otherwise, partial sunshine, which you’ll enjoy until tomorrow morning before the clouds start to rise and the only system will have this week, probably *** the mix of snow and rain just depends on location where you are across the granite state, as to what you’ll see out of this pretty cold Wednesday morning for *** slippery morning drives in a few pretty *** areas. Several inches of snow are *** possibility north of this while southern areas will likely start initially as wet snowflakes and more to mix in, then possibly rain before ending at the storm system, taking shape now in the midsection of the country. So for today, *** brisk wind, partial sunshine with snow showers in the north and *** gradually increasing clouds. Tomorrow the same temperatures for the two days lower and in the mid 30s up to the northern 40s in southern locations. And then finally this storm system initially blends in after midnight Tuesday night we will begin to see *** some light snow developing which should quickly turn into *** mixed and or rain for southern areas of the state at sunrise Wednesday morning, while farther north probably just cold enough in the low to mid thirties during the day it tries to stay mostly snow and there could be 3 to 6 inches of accumulation proportions of the White Mountains and the Grand Bois du Nord. Although there is minimal accumulation changing to rain in southern locations, *** a few persistent flurries Wednesday evening or early Thursday. North. The rest of the guys, we’re expecting a series of calm days starting on Thursday and continuing through the weekend. But seasonal cool weather as well as temperatures in the thirties to the lower forties range watch your temperatures tonight it’s colder air initially in place as the next system comes in here and again c Any kind of snow to rain is falling for southern areas which would limit the amounts while further north where mostly snow remains, particularly north of the White Mountains, there is potential 3 to 6 inches of accumulation and slippery roads for *** most of the day. It ends later Wednesday evening, creating calm weather before next weekend.

Mudable snow possible in parts of New Hampshire on Wednesday

3 to 6 inches of buildup possible for some areas

Well above average temperatures have disappeared and New Hampshire has settled into a new weather pattern that will likely bring snow for some this week. A northwest wind blowing at 15-30 mph will make it colder than that. A few flurries are possible in northern locations Monday, but the wintry weather system to focus on arrives Tuesday evening. >> Weather Alerts It looks like the storm system will bring some wet snowflakes to southern areas Tuesday evening before a quick shift to rain early Wednesday morning. Longer lasting snowfall is most likely appearing in the north and west, where an accumulation of 3 to 6 inches of snow is possible before it ends Wednesday evening. >>Interactive RadarIt should be slippery during the morning drive on Wednesday before conditions improve during the day, with highs between 30 and 40 degrees. A series of days with beautiful skies are expected from Thursday through the weekend. Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and enable push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and/or up to three postal codes. Plus, you can be notified when rainfall is coming to your area. Follow the Storm Watch 9 team on social media: Mike Haddad: Facebook | TwitterKevin Skarupa: Facebook | TwitterHayley LaPoint: Facebook | TwitterJacqueline Thomas: Facebook | TwitterMatt Hoenig: Facebook | Twitter

Well above average temperatures have disappeared and New Hampshire has settled into a new weather pattern that will likely bring snow this week.

snow forecast

For Monday, the weather will be fine with a cold breeze as the peaks warm up to 40 degrees. A northwest wind blowing at 15-30 mph will make it colder than that.

A few flurries are possible in northern locations Monday, but the wintry weather system to focus on arrives Tuesday evening.

>> Weather Alerts

It looks like the storm system will bring a few wet snowflakes to southern areas Tuesday evening before a quick shift to rain early Wednesday morning.

Longer lasting snowfall is most likely appearing in the north and west, where an accumulation of 3 to 6 inches of snow is possible before it ends Wednesday evening.

>> Interactive Radar

It should be slippery during the morning drive Wednesday before conditions improve during the day, with highs between 30 and 40.

A series of days with beautiful skies are expected from Thursday through the weekend.

Be aware of the weather! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and enable push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and/or up to three postal codes. Plus, you can be notified when rainfall is coming to your area.

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