Windy Friday night, sunny Saturday

Video: Windy Friday night, sunny Saturday ahead

Windy Friday night, sunny Saturday



Thank you for joining us. Storm Watch and Web Weather hopefully had a great Thanksgiving Friday outside of that tricky start to the day, especially with some freezing rain in central and northern New Hampshire. Very quiet out there in the central and southern parts of the state tonight. Now there will be intermittent snow showers throughout the White Mountains in the great forests of the north between now and tomorrow morning. So keep in mind that roads in northern parts of New Hampshire can still be a bit slippery. Another factor to keep an eye on tonight will be some gusty winds picking up from the northwest behind the last front and some of those gusts could exceed 40 MPH. So I can’t rule out some isolated power outages, believe it or not. Tonight with some northern flakes and fair skies in the south, sunny and fairly windy Saturday and winds to ease gradually in the afternoon, all before increasing cloudiness on Sunday. But the rain will continue until probably past one, one or two o’clock in the afternoon. So if you travel on Sunday you don’t want to deal with the rain. It is best to arrive before the early afternoon. We’ll notice earlier today that the steady rain has pulled, we’ve had ***few snow showers up north that will continue this system in the deep south, just southwest of Dallas, Texas. Well this is going to roll in here before the weekend proper is over but short term it’s all about nice skies south more clouds and snow showers north twenties and thirties north to south until morning. Tomorrow around 40 degrees north to almost 50 degrees south with lots of sun could be *** some early morning flurries in the northern parts of the state, but *** much of the day will be dry even there. Here is *** look at the wind timeline between now and about 11:00 p.m., early Saturday morning, there were some gusts that could exceed 40 MPH on average, it will be 15 to 25 MPH from the NW. These gusts, particularly over the higher ground from the Monadnock region, the Lake Sunapee area, Plymouth and the northern points. There we could see most of the isolated failures until tomorrow morning. Then the wind gradually dies down. Late Saturday again with fair skies for many in early sleet in the north giving way to some sunshine, lighter winds on Sunday but clouds increasing. Here is *** Review the wind recommendation for northern New Hampshire. Keep in mind that even in the southern parts of the state*** we could see some isolated 40+ gusts, but the best bet of 40+ gusts will be farther north. On Sunday afternoon partial sun will come as increasing cloud showers with heights in the 40’s and low 50’s. Regarding this schedule, you will notice dry weather for your Saturday, but then the clouds will start to gather on Sunday after a ***partly sunny start. So again, the roads should be in good condition for the morning hours, even until noon or one in the afternoon, just after one or two, when a steady rain begins to make itself felt in our west, around 2:30 or 3:18 :00 am Steady rain for eastern New York and for the western fair that will take over Sunday night before drying up during the day Monday.

Video: Windy Friday night, sunny Saturday ahead

Windy Friday night, sunny Saturday

Windy Friday night, sunny Saturday ahead – Mike Haddad

Windy Friday night, sunny Saturday ahead – Mike Haddad

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