Clayton Stiver's 7-Day NH1 Forecast for Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015
A weak frontal boundary will track through Wednesday to possibly spark some flurries or snow showers for NH. Little or no snow accumulation is expected from this. Late Wednesday Night into Thursday Morning a stronger cold front will track through and will combine with a little energy from a storm system offshore to make for a period of light snow. At this time it appears much of NH could see anywhere from 1"-3" of snow which could impact the Thursday Morning commute.
High pressure settles in later Thursday into Friday to make for fair skies. At this point, for the weekend, things look mostly quiet although a few weak frontal boundaries may pass through again to make for some flurry or snow shower chances.
A stronger storm system moving up from the south may impact the Granite State with snow Monday, but much uncertainty remains with the development and track of this system.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of a flurry or snow shower, warmer, highs 28-33. Wednesday Night: Cloudy with light snow likely late, lows 19-24. Thursday: Morning light snow likely, clearing skies in the afternoon, becoming breezy, highs early in the day 21-25, falling into the teens during the afternoon. Friday: Mostly sunny and cold, highs 12-16. Saturday: Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of a flurry or snow shower, highs 24-28. Sunday: Partly sunny, slight chance of a flurry or snow shower, highs 14-18. Monday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of snow, highs 16-20. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, highs 23-27.