New Hampshire Snow Forecast: Several Inches Possible

Snow began to penetrate the state on Friday morning and will continue for much of the day as a coastal storm passes closest to our south. A winter storm warning is in effect for Rockingham County and a winter weather advisory is in effect for Strafford, Belknap, Hillsborough and Merrimack counties for several inches of probable snow and slippage. >> Weather Alerts TIMELINE AND TRAVEL IMPACTS It looks like there will be a 12 hour window for light and constant snow, until 3:00 pm Friday. The most stable snow will fall during the morning drive, which could lead to slippery pavements. Be prepared to allow extra time on Friday mornings to clean your car or shovel the driveway and go slow on your way to work or school. A few flurries will persist in the White Mountains and Great North Woods into the evening, but otherwise the constant snow is expected to subside until early afternoon. Road conditions should improve for the evening trip. >> Interactive Radar PROJECTED SNOWFALL About 1 to 3 inches of snow seems likely from Concord to the north and west. About 3 to 5 inches is possible in the southeastern parts of the Lake District to the Merrimack Valley, with about 4 to 7 inches possible closer to the coast. MOVING FORWARD Once the snow is over it will be dry but windy and chilly Friday night with gusts of up to 30mph and lows for many teens. This wind could cause blowing snow or blowing snow on Friday evening. The sun will return on Saturday with highs in the 1920s and a few mixed showers possible by Sunday. Behind Sunday’s front, an arctic explosion arrives on Monday and lasts until Wednesday during a mostly dry spell. Pay attention to the weather! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and enable push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and / or up to three postal codes. In addition, you can be notified when the rain arrives in your area.

Snow began to penetrate the state on Friday morning and will continue for much of the day as a coastal storm passes closest to our south.

A winter storm warning is in effect for Rockingham County and a winter weather weather forecast is in effect for Strafford, Belknap, Hillsborough and Merrimack counties for several inches of probable snow and slippage.

>> Weather alerts

IMPACTS ON TIME AND TRAVEL

It looks like there will be a 12 hour window for light and consistent snow, until 3 p.m. Friday.

The most stable snow will fall during the morning drive, which could lead to slippery pavements. Be prepared to allow extra time on Friday mornings to clean your car or shovel the driveway and go slow on your way to work or school.

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A few flurries will persist in the White Mountains and Great North Woods into the evening, but otherwise the constant snow is expected to subside until early afternoon. Road conditions should improve for the evening trip.

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>> Interactive radar

FORECAST SNOWFALL

About 1 to 3 inches of snow seems likely from Concord to the north and west. About 3 to 5 inches is possible in the southeastern parts of the Lake District to the Merrimack Valley, with about 4 to 7 inches possible closer to the coast.

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TO ADVANCE

Once the snow is over it will be dry but windy and chilly on Friday night with gusts of up to 30mph and lows for many teens. This wind could cause blowing snow or blowing snow on Friday evening.

The sun will return on Saturday with highs in the 1920s and some mixed showers possible by Sunday.

Behind Sunday’s front, an arctic explosion arrives on Monday and lasts until Wednesday during a mostly dry spell.

Be aware of the weather! Download the WMUR app for Apple or Android devices and enable push notifications. You can choose to receive weather alerts for your geolocation and / or up to three postal codes. In addition, you can be notified when the rain arrives in your area.

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