The cool weather pattern will continue into the weekend

Video: Cool weather pattern continues into New Hampshire into the weekend



thank you for joining us at Storm Watch and see if the internet has the weekend leading up to Thanksgiving around it and it ***offers a lot of chili-like temperatures very close to Friday’s for tomorrow and then even colder and windy Sunday, but at least it’s nice and quiet, Saturday full of sun. Expect snow showers Sunday and afternoon in northern New Hampshire and southern parts of the state. There may even be *** short snow gusts, but these are mainly calm from Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and even Thanksgiving Day. The next big storm really doesn’t seem to be hitting here until later, Friday or Friday night next week. But since it’s a heck of a week, a lot of things to watch are looking wet rather than snowy at this point. But of course over time that could change short term from west to southwest flow leaving *** lots of lake effect snow to our west and northwest so nice so folks tonight central south *** some flurries up north , but barring that partial clearing of temperatures across the state in the 20s overnight tomorrow. Not a *** bad start to the weekend. Yes it’s going to be chilly but at least the wind will be pretty light compared to what’s happening on Sunday, sometimes a bit of a ***breeze. So 30s north under 40 south will feel about 5 to 8 degrees colder but then more Sunday More clouds, some sun, snow showers, maybe *** gusts any point north and some spots south New New during the afternoon Hampshire, Temperatures are a few degrees cooler but winds of up to 30 to 40mph make it feel even colder. So that lighter Saturday breeze gives way to 2030 winds, maybe even a few guts to 40 mph as we head into Sunday. Good news beyond partly sunny and seasonally cool. Heading into Monday, Tuesday being a bit milder will actually bring our temperatures closer to average by the afternoon but nice and calm outside of an early morning flurry possibly far north went a *** mix of sun and clouds . *** At the moment there may be some afternoon flurry, most of which appears to be in northern New Hampshire, and then it will be cool but light for Thanksgiving. At this time, late or evening rain or mixed precipitation is forecast for the black friday off

Video: Cool weather pattern continues into New Hampshire into the weekend

Cool feeling but bright heading into the weekend. Snow showers and squalls return to forecast on Sunday, but even then there will be some sunshine. Excellent travel weather for much of the busy Thanksgiving week ahead. Snow showers possible in the north on Wednesday, then Thanksgiving is sunny and calm. Friday is looking choppy so stay tuned for updates if you plan to travel then.Teens and 20s for most with clear skies and a lighter breeze tonight.Saturday will be bright and cool. The highs will only be in the upper 30s to low 40s. It’s going to be a windy and cold Sunday. Partial sun and a chance of isolated snow showers or squalls. Highs mainly in the mid 30’s with wind gusts up to 30 mph. Wind chills will be in the 20’s throughout the day. An early look at Thanksgiving week: Monday is cold and bright. Tuesday is a little milder with sun. Wednesday scattered snow showers late, otherwise partly sunny. Thanksgiving looks cool, breezy but sunny. Friday will be restless as a storm system pulls through. It seems warm enough for mostly rain, but we’ll keep an eye on it.

Cool feeling but bright heading into the weekend. Snow showers and squalls return to forecast on Sunday, but even then there will be some sunshine. Excellent travel weather for much of the busy Thanksgiving week ahead. Snow showers possible in the north on Wednesday, then Thanksgiving is sunny and calm. Friday is looking choppy so stay tuned for updates if you plan to travel then.

Teens and 20’s for most with clear skies and a lighter breeze tonight.

Saturday will be bright and cool. Highs will only be in the upper 30’s to low 40’s.

It’s going to be a windy and cold Sunday. Partial sun and a chance of isolated snow showers or squalls. Highs mainly in the mid 30’s with wind gusts up to 30 mph. Wind chills will be in the 20’s throughout the day.

An early look at Thanksgiving week: Monday is cold and bright. Tuesday is a little milder with sun. Wednesday scattered snow showers late, otherwise partly sunny. Thanksgiving looks cool, breezy but sunny. Friday will be restless as a storm system pulls through. It seems warm enough for mostly rain, but we’ll keep an eye on it.

Source