NH Forecast Video: Windy, colder Thursday ahead

Video: Windy, colder Thursday in New Hampshire



Thank you for joining us. Storm watch nine weather on the web, very blustery Wednesday rain, strong gusty winds at times causing some isolated power outages and the wind, believe it or not, although some overnight cranks will weaken again with colder air on Thursday, so it will *** windy and chilly on Thursday with snow showers and even *** few gusts in the north and there is a slight chance of *** snow showers further south, plenty of sunshine to round off the week on your Friday. And then another system with some showers, likely Saturday early Wednesday night, behind the verge of heavy rain along with some gusty winds in excess of 40 to 45 MPH sped through the state. And now that the cooler climes are piling up we will see all the rain showers turn to snow showers especially in the northern parts of the state, temperatures will bottom out in the north around the 20’s and south around the 30’s, here is damn hour hourly throughout the day tomorrow, early early morning, ***low chance of*** mix of snow showers in the south, better chance of morning and early afternoon snow showers in the north, and then we’re right back in the Sun and lighter winds, pleasantly cool temperatures on Friday. Speaking of overnight winds, not as strong as Wednesday afternoon, turning west-northwest but out about 78***. M. Pick up by 9 or 10am, could see gusts boosting over 40mph, still very windy into afternoon and then much lighter winds during ***partial to mostly sunny and seasonal next system race on Saturday with some showers, mostly in the form of rain. If they move in early enough on Saturday it could be a darn light mix, rain changing but still mild, light, breezy, cooler. Sunday *** few snow showers far north, partly sunny, *** few flakes north on Monday and then increasing clouds on Tuesday. The next system is likely to move in with at least some rain or mix in later Tuesday, possibly into Wednesday.

Video: Windy, colder Thursday in New Hampshire

Thunderstorms such as heavy rain and strong gusts of wind will pull through on Wednesday in the late afternoon and evening. Scattered power outages possible as gusts reach over 40 mph. On this system Thursday is still windy with gusts up to 40mph from the west/northwest bringing in cool air. Wind chills will be in the teens and 20s throughout the day. A calm Friday, then another bout of freezing rain to heavy rain and wind on Saturday. Steady and at times heavy rain for evening commutes as a sharp front comes through. Some gusts in excess of 40mph are possible during this time along with puddles on area roads. Be careful out there! The rain stops quickly towards the middle of the evening and skies clear overnight as winds turn west and blow in excess of 30 mph overnight. Snow showers will continue in the mountains. Thursday will be windy and cool with highs in the high 30’s to low 40’s but with the wind feeling colder. Snow showers will be persistent in the mountains and isolated snow showers may occur elsewhere. A bright and cool Friday, then the next chance of rain hits Saturday. Saturday morning can be cold enough to withstand freezing rain or even light snowfall before settling into torrential rain. The wind will be fresh again. The rain will end overnight into Sunday morning. Snow showers will be scattered in the north on Sunday morning and windy and sunny in the afternoon.

Thunderstorms such as heavy rain and strong gusts of wind will pull through on Wednesday in the late afternoon and evening. Scattered power outages possible as gusts reach over 40 mph. On this system Thursday is still windy with gusts up to 40mph from the west/northwest bringing in cool air. Wind chills will be in the teens and 20s throughout the day. A calm Friday, then another bout of freezing rain to heavy rain and wind on Saturday.

Steady and intermittent heavy rain for evening commute as a sharp front comes through. Some gusts in excess of 40mph are possible during this time along with puddles on area roads. Be careful out there!

The rain will stop quickly towards mid-evening and skies will clear overnight as winds turn west and gust in excess of 30mph overnight. Snow showers will continue in the mountains.

It will be windy and cool on Thursday with highs back in the high 30’s to low 40’s but with the wind feeling colder. Snow showers will be persistent in the mountains and isolated snow showers may occur elsewhere.

Bright and cool Friday, then the next chance of rain on Saturday. Saturday morning can be cold enough to withstand freezing rain or even light snowfall before settling into torrential rain. The wind will be fresh again. The rain will end overnight through Sunday morning.

Snow showers on Sunday morning will be scattered in the north and windy and sunny in the afternoon.

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