Continuing The Cooler Trend

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Today will feature partly to mostly sunny skies, cool temps, and light winds as we’re left in a little bit of a weather purgatory, removed from the direct influence of any strong weather system. Look for highs right around 20 in the north and right around 30 in the south. Clouds will eventually edge out the sun as it sets below the horizon this afternoon as a clipper type system kicks us out of purgatory. Some light snow is expected by sundown across southern NH but we’ll have to wait until the early hours tomorrow morning for the next little disturbance to bring us some flakes. In terms of accumulations, a widespread coating-2″ is forecast with a few spots along the coast and midcoast especially seeing 2-4″. I’ll tweet out a snowfall accumulation map at some point today and post one here in tomorrow morning’s update. Snow will be generally light so no major issues are expected.

-Jack

Continuing Our Cooler Trend

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Remember yesterday’s weather? Well today’s will be pretty much the same with the exception being temps that are a few degrees colder. Low pressure will be developing well SE of Cape Cod today and will be too far SE to bring us any precip but it won’t be too far SE to keep us in its wind field. This means we’ll be getting a shift from the recent WNW winds to NNW winds which will aid in drawing more cold air into the region. Temps will┬árise into the low 20’s in the mountains and low 30’s along the coast with steady NNW winds to make it feel a bit colder. Mountain snow showers/flurries are expected to continue with an inch of accumulation possible in the higher elevations.

Our next chance for widespread snow arrives tomorrow night into Wednesday.

-Jack

More Of The Same Today

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Today will feature more of the same weather from the past few days. Look for WNW winds to keep the upslope/downslope pattern going strong with an approaching disturbance set to add a little extra kick to snow shower activity today. In the mountains, clouds will increase this morning along with snow shower activity both of which will last through the evening hours. Look for 1-3″ of accumulation in many areas with some higher elevation spots picking up 3-6″. Downwind of the mountains will feature a mix of sun and clouds with a few of the stronger mountain snow showers drifting into the foothills. A quick coating is possible with these but they will be brief and scattered outside of the mountains.

Temps will range from 25 in the mountains to 35 along the southern coast.

-Jack

Continuing The Cooldown

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Remember yesterday’s weather? Today’s will be almost identical with highs just a few degrees cooler and snow showers waiting until a little later in the evening to kick into full gear. Look for the classic upslope/downslope pattern to be in full effect with mountain clouds and snow showers and coastal sun. Highs will range from the mid 20’s north to a little above freezing in the south. Snow showers will remain steady through the day in the mountains and will become heavier/more widespread again as we head into the evening due to another little disturbance approaching from the west. An additional 1-3″ is expected in the favored upslope regions today with more tonight.

-Jack

The Cooldown Begins

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Yesterday’s balmy weather is now well offshore and colder air will begin the weeklong process of taking back the region. NW winds will rule the day today with the classic upslope/downslope pattern setting up. The mountains will see mainly cloudy skies with steady snows in the favored areas while the coast sees warmer and sunnier conditions (after a few morning snow showers move out). Snowfall accumulation of several inches is likely in the favored upslope areas, you know who you are. Highs will range from the mid 20’s up in the mountains to the mid 30’s along the coastline.

-Jack

One More Mild Day Until Winter Returns

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Today will feature partly to mostly cloudy skies along with mild temps and the chance for showers. A cold front is moving in from the west and ahead of it look for very mild temps. Highs will range from the mid/upper 30’s north to the low 50’s in SW NH. Partly to mostly sunny skies will make this feel even warmer. Ahead of the cold front, a quick squall is likely and will be in the form of snow in the mountains and rain in the south. Up in the mountains, a quick inch of accumulation is possible. Behind the front, gusty NW winds will begin bringing winter back into the region. Upslope snows will continue through the next few days with several inches expected for the favored areas.

-Jack

Cloudy And Mild Today

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Yesterday’s system is moving off to the NE this morning leaving us under the influence of our next weak little system moving in from the west. This means that we’ll see mild temps and more clouds than sun. Look for highs to range from a little below freezing in the north to a little below 40 in the south. Skies will be cloudy for most though southern areas are likely to see some breaks of sun especially this afternoon. Precip will be in place this morning in the form of drizzle/freezing drizzle especially along the midcoast and this afternoon in the form of light rain/snow showers especially in the mountains.

More light precip tonight with that system moving in from the west. After that, several days of progressively cooler weather will move in on NW winds that will bring upslope snows to the mountains.

-Jack