Video: A few snowflakes in northern New Hampshire for a day trip

Video: A few snowflakes in northern New Hampshire for a day trip



Thank you very much for joining us. Storm Watch and me. And the weather on the web. Thanksgiving holiday just about here. The big day of travel for many tomorrow includes dry pavement. The exception in the northern part of the White Mountains through the Great Northern Woods here maybe *** dusting, maybe *** half an inch of snow with occasional snow showers, so maybe * ** a little slippery far to the north. Otherwise it’s dry in the center and south, in the middle of ***, a bright and cool thanksgiving and even early Friday morning, Friday afternoon, a few showers move in, mixing the far north, then more probably rain on Sunday. Heaviest seems to be in the afternoon and night and again, maybe just cold enough for a mix in the northern part of the state. As for the possibility of snow showers in the north, it’s starting to approach eastern Ontario, southwestern Quebec and it really doesn’t happen until dawn tomorrow morning. So all evening if you are traveling things look good even overnight. Central in southern New Hampshire from the very low twenties to late thirties. A great day of travel for many tomorrow, especially the Lake District points south, a better chance of getting through a few flurries to the north, where highs will be in the mid-thirties elsewhere. Very close to where we were on Tuesday in the 40s, Thanksgiving is looking pretty good too. Lots of sunshine, no precipitation, light winds and temperatures a few degrees *** from the norm for this time of year. As for Friday, here are the changes increasing clouds but dry at least until midday, a few scattered showers arrive in the afternoon and evening and are noticeable in the White Mountains. Far North woods could be *** little mixed so the roads could be *** a bit dicey. The far north during the period from Friday evening to Saturday, windy conditions from the northwest, but lots of solar temperatures slightly above average by *** a few degrees, and this will set the stage for *** doer rain. On Sunday you’ll notice the south easterly winds are well above freezing so mostly rain although there may be *** little mixing far to the north then it all ends in a *** mixture or snow in the mountains from Monday morning. Beyond that it’s quite windy with snow showers to the north on Monday, dry elsewhere and bright and windy. In season on Tuesday.

Video: A few snowflakes in northern New Hampshire for a day trip

The excellent travel weather continues ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. Snow showers in the north Wednesday afternoon and evening, otherwise dry until later Friday. Temperatures remain seasonal before a temporary rise on Saturday. Partly cloudy in the center and south, while northern areas overnight will be cloudy with a few flurries. Lows in the 20s. On Wednesday there will be sunshine and mostly passing clouds, but again in the north there will be mostly cloudy skies and scattered light flurries. Highs range from the 30s in the north to the mid 40s in the south. Thanksgiving Day looks dry and in season with highs also in the 40s. dry and sunny with highs in the 40s, and even some southern communities touching 50. A great day to pick the holiday tree or light the lights. North.

The excellent travel weather continues ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. Snow showers in the north Wednesday afternoon and evening, otherwise dry until later Friday. Temperatures remain seasonal before a temporary rise on Saturday.

Partly cloudy in the center and south, while northern areas overnight will be cloudy with a few flurries. Lows in the 20s.

Wednesday will see mostly sunshine and clouds but again in the north there will be mostly cloudy skies and light, scattered flurries. Highs range from the 30s in the north to the mid 40s in the south.

Thanksgiving seems dry and in season with highs also in the 40s.

On Friday the clouds will thicken with showers likely in the afternoon and in the evening there could be a few mixed showers far to the north.

Saturday will be dry and sunny with highs in the 40s, and even some southern communities reaching the 50s. A great day to pick the holiday tree or turn on the lights.

Another round of rain is likely Sunday through Monday morning, with some possible mixing again in the north.

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