New Hampshire school closures, delays reported for November 16, 2022

Closures in New Hampshire, delays reported as first wintry storm system of the season pulls through



As we record this for you just before sunrise, we continue to transition to rain in the southern parts of the state. The winter weather warnings remain in effect as we head further north into the afternoon as we continue to watch as precipitation changes this morning in central parts of the state and wraps up as light snow in the north of the country. Later that afternoon we have a slippery and sloppy morning commute and from there it looks like the *** cool pattern will linger into the weekend with highs only in the 30’s, low 40’s while milder air continues to hover in the what’s snow in central parts of the state will change, while the north remains mostly snow and might pack in as a ***little bit*** of wintry mix but really doesn’t affect the height of their late afternoon temperatures that are in the north somewhere in between the 30’s are country on low 40’s in the southern half of the state and upper forty’s on nearly 50 right near the shoreline. Thanks to an onshore breeze by mid-afternoon, here’s a *** look at the future cast and again the morning commute, which is sloppy in the southern parts of the state and slippery in the north. As we head into the afternoon we’ll see *** Back Edge making its way across the state, last light snow up north and again, *** much better evening commute. *** Likelihood of roads drying out before temperatures drop below freezing later tonight, with clear skies we will have a *** North West breeze for the day. Thursday will be a *** mix of sunshine and clouds, temperatures in the 30’s to low 40’s, a few intermittent snow showers. *** Likely most of them will be trapped in the north, but we can’t rule out a possibility of one or two passing in southern New Hampshire on Thursday afternoon as well, and that’s pretty much the pattern we’re in in the airmass that for all days we go into the weekend 30’s to the low 40’s. This weekend, a mix of sunshine and clouds, occasional snow showers through the White Mountains in the Great North Woods, but no major storms forecast once we leave that system out there today, so the snow and rain, it late afternoon ends in the north with light snowfall and then temperatures drop back into the twenties to low thirties. I think there is ***ample time for roads to dry in daylight this afternoon before cooling below freezing later in the evening in the 30’s through tomorrow in the 40’s, scattered snow showers in the north, ***passing snow showers possible in southern areas. The lion’s share of the accumulating snow will be in the northern half to northern third of the state, up through Koalas County, where most of that snow stays elsewhere. This changeover really limits volumes out of this system. The seven day forecast is high 30’s to low 40’s with partial sunshine through the weekend

Closures in New Hampshire, delays reported as first wintry storm system of the season pulls through

Closures and delays were reported Wednesday morning as the state’s first winter storm system of the season rolled through. Visit this link and refresh this page often for updates.>> Download the FREE WMUR app

Closures and delays were reported Wednesday morning as the state’s first winter storm system of the season rolled through.

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